"We held on as long as we could," said owner Rusty Olson.
More business closures are taking place downtown.
Been thinking of taking a DIY craft class to liven up your quarantine? These studios are ensuring all you'll need is a laptop and a mailbox.
The Lower Nob Hill area has seen nearly a dozen small-business closures since shelter-in-place began.
A first-time restaurateur, Ismoil Ochilov sold his car and invested his life savings to bring his native Uzbek cuisine to San Francisco.
Polk Street has seen some closures of late, but also at least one sign of life.
An update on Financial District retail and restaurant closures, some temporary and some permanent, as shelter-in-place drags on.
The neighborhood event also highlights offerings from local merchants, offering a small discount at area businesses.
You'll also get to see some new faces — five yearlings were added to the herd in March.
The neighborhood bar, owner-operated for the past 23 years, drew an eclectic, international crowd.
More businesses close and others find new ways to stay afloat as the impact of COVID-19 continues reshaping the neighborhood.
Storage companies across San Francisco say they haven't seen comparable demand since the 2008 recession.
The eclectic hillside shop sold an array of unusual, fabulous and high-end accessories.
The former sandwich shop had revamped last year to become a Japanese rice bowl and sushi eatery.
"What I’m curating features an eclectic cross section of the community," said Kim Shuck, the city's seventh poet laureate.
Small business owners say they're eager to re-open, but a wide variety of challenges remain before retail can return to normal.
Broadcast six days a week on YouTube, the new "Sweet Stories" series features children's books read by youth librarians and celebrity guests.
From building-size video projections to a billboard-turned-gallery, Bay Area artists and museums are getting creative with exhibitions.
"I’ve seen more than a couple of people well up with tears," says the bar owner behind the pop-up sidewalk shows.
Robin Cohn and Jan Adams are aiming to cover every block of San Francisco on foot — a goal the pandemic has made both easier and harder.