B8ta's CEO, Vibhu Norby, said his employees were repeatedly subjected to harassment, while the stores themselves were vandalized and broken into, and after some temporary closures, the business is calling it quits in the U.S. entirely.
Though high-end stores like this may resort to taking matters into their own hands, hiring one of San Francisco's Top Security Companies can mean the difference between staying in business or closing your doors for good.
A favorite event among the denizens of the Oakland hills is starting up again this weekend for the first time since 2019. The Montclair Beer, Wine, & Music Festival runs from noon to 6:00 p.m. Saturday. Attendees get unlimited samples of beer and wine from over forty different vendors.
Café Flore was an LGBTQ+ haven in the Castro neighborhood for over 45 years. Now, the space will finally come alive again later this year under a new owner, who was a former customer.
'Micro food hall' startup Local Kitchens is opening four more Bay Area locations including Los Gatos and Santa Clara
The San Francisco startup Local Kitchens, which is basically a ghost kitchen that you can visit in person and functions as a "digital food hall," is opening a new location in Los Gatos this June, one in Campbell and one in Mill Valley this July, as the Business Times is reporting.
A prolific SF restaurateur with restaurants all over the Bay has just announced his newest project: a vegan spot with a fast-casual atmosphere, coming soon to the former Grove space at Hayes and Franklin.
A new, still nameless, high-end Indian concept from Taj Campton Place chef Srijith Gopinathan and business partner Ayesha Thapar — who also opened the acclaimed Ettan in Palo Alto together — is coming to the former Dosa space.
It’s been just over a year since a fire nearly took down the building that housed Pacific Cocktail Haven, and now the bar is opening back up a stone's throw away from its original location.