Here's the latest business news from the Upper Haight's commercial strip, which extends from Masonic Avenue to Stanyan Street.
Bizza (1463 Haight St. between Ashbury and Masonic)
As announced last fall, Sam Husary, owner of smoke shop Puff Puff Pass, has unveiled Bizza, a new take on a very familiar food with partner Tony Wasaya. Husary told Hoodline the restaurant opened on New Year's Day, and so far, business is great.
Bizza serves pies with a Mediterranean twist, like the lamb Bizza (lamb, feta, pine nuts, onions, tzatziki). Traditional offerings like Hot on Haight (pepperoni, hot linguica, ground beef, mushroom, jalapeño, garlic) are also on offer, with prices ranging from $11.95 for a small to $28.95 for an extra-large.
The front of the shop has seating for around 30 people and a maximum capacity of 50 diners. Bizza also serves sides, subs and a handful of salads in the $5-$12 range. Single slices go for $4-$6.
Bizza is open five days a week from 11am-11pm and until 3am on Friday and Saturday.
Little Wing (1572 Haight St. between Clayton and Ashbury)
A little more than a year after opening its doors at 1572 Haight St., Little Wing, the psychedelic clothier begun by Love On Haight owner Sunshine Powers, has closed its doors temporarily.
The news was announced with a flyer posted on the shop's storefront after New Year's Day. Powers said that Love On Haight will be featuring most of the styles formerly featured at Little Wing for the time being.
Works from the store, which were made by local designers Kayo and Warrior Within, also continue to be available online. Powers said that more is in store for the shop after this winter's temporary closure.
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