We received news from a Biscuit-tipster that the old Under One Roof location at 518A Castro Street is undergoing renovations. CityFeet.com lists the property as no longer available and one construction worker told our tipster that the location was to be a pharmacy. No details as of yet who the pharmacy is owned by, but it will be joining a plethora of other pharmacies in the neighborhood. Ironically, the previous tenant was a Proposition D campaign headquarters location. Prop D, which was passed by 80% of voters last November and is aimed at curbing the cost of pharmaceutical drugs purchased by the city.
Movement At Old Under One Roof
People who love the creative and technical cuisine from the fine dining pop-up Anomaly will be happy to know that the owner, chef Mike Lanham, is about to open a permanent location.
North Beach has always been a place where residents and business owners go out of their way to support one another. So it’s fitting that, just in time for the holidays, neighborhood institution Tony’s Pizza Napoletana and newish cannabis shop North Beach Pipeline have cooked up a fun and tasty culinary collab.
The SFMTA will decide the fate of nearly two dozen Slow Streets on Tuesday, and it’s pretty clear how they’re going to vote on all of them — except for one, the highly contentious Lake Street, and it’s anybody’s guess what will happen with that one.