After operating as a restaurant for 152 years, the historic Jack's building at 615 Sacramento St. (and Montgomery) became a co-working space last year.
However, according to a new website, the landmark building will soon include a restaurant again. Crown & Acre will occupy the first two floors of the building, with the top floors reserved for co-working space Bar Works.
"Crown & Acre is propelled by speed, convenience, and a general distaste for industrially produced and highly-processed foods," the website states. The website is registered by Arash Ghanadan, who is also a co-partner of Jackson Square's Barbarossa Lounge and co-owner of SoMa's Novela bar.
Although the website says that restaurant opened in April 2017, it appears it will be opening later in May. Hoodline reached out to the email address and phone number provided on the Crown & Acre website, but did not receive a response. When we called Bar Works, an employee who picked up the phone confirmed that the restaurant would open in two weeks.
Crown & Acre will offer breakfast on week days from 7am to 11am, lunch from 11am to 8pm, with an happy hour from 3pm to 8pm. It will also offer an Oyster Monday, Taco Tuesday, and Wine Wednesday. The restaurant will be closed on weekends.
A health permit application was filed with the Planning Department in March, which was approved on April 10th.
New York-based Bar Works bought the building last year and moved into the 6,000 square-foot space, providing bar and food service for clients. It has several locations in New York, and a location in Miami and one in Los Angeles. New offices in Las Vegas, Turkey and Ireland are in the works as well.
Representatives of the co-working promised last year to keep the Sacramento Street space's vintage character and historic memorabilia intact. Jeanty at Jack's, which closed its doors in 2009, was the last restaurant in the space.
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