Yesterday, we brought you news that Hayes Street bread pudding joint Schulzies will close its doors next week, with its final day to be Tuesday, April 14th.
Schulzies owner Sarah Schulz made the official announcement on the company's Facebook page, where she revealed that the new tenant headed to the space would be Project Juice, the cold-pressed juice company with multiple outposts in both the Bay Area and Southern California.
We learned from Schulz that Project Juice's sixth Bay Area location may be a "full concept smoothie bar," though specific details on what the offering might look like are still being finalized.
Project Juice already boasts standalone locations in the Mission, Financial District and Russian Hill, and inside Mid-Market's The Hall, North Beach's The Station, Fraiche on Fillmore, and Pip to Go on Battery. The juice company is expected to take over at 364 Hayes St. sometime in early June.
As we noted yesterday, Schulzies' original location in Venice will remain open, and additional Bay Area locations will still sell its bread pudding in pints—including its former Hayes Valley location.
"The Venice shop still sells Schulzies Bread Pudding and Project Juice who is moving into our space will be still selling the pudding on their 'secret' menu," Schulz wrote on Facebook in response to a concerned bread pudding fan.
Once open, Project Juice would join the Juice Shop, which operates out of its "Juice Box" at Hayes and Octavia, in offering cold-pressed juices to Hayes Valley denizens.
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