A new Argentine spot is bringing churros, empanadas and other Latin favorites to the Avenues.
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"Thank you for the many years of business and support," writes its owner.
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The new Peruvian eatery replaces longtime neighborhood fixture Fresca.
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A vehicle crashed into a residential building at Taraval and 24th Avenue, injuring two people and disrupting L-Taraval trains.
Full subway service will resume this Saturday, while the NX-Judah Express line is expected to resume service on Monday.
It's not clear as of this writing what type of restaurant is taking over the Irish spot, but according to the owners, the business has been sold.
In November 2017, a pedestrian was fatally injured at the same location.
The breakfast and brunch spot will be replaced by Underdogs Too, a Mexican eatery and sports bar.
Nearly half of the parking spots near the Muni station will become a construction staging area.
K-Ingleside, L-Taraval and M-Ocean View trains won't be in service in the Muni Metro during that time.
The suspect allegedly fired a round in the air before shooting the victim in the leg.
The new spot serves bubble, fruit and milk teas, along with slush drinks and more.
Two men with guns stole medication and cell phones before fleeing.
The proposed legislation would make it easier for small businesses to open in Districts 4 and 11.
There's a lot going on west of Stanyan Street this weekend.
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Residents in southeast and southwest neighborhoods will help direct city funding to local projects.
This is the second San Francisco outpost for the rapidly expanding poke chain.
Service will be cut back for up to 15 weekends to prepare for a 60-day closure this summer.
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"We didn't do this for ourselves—I don't want people to come by and be sad," said the store's manager.
Residents and Supervisor Norman Yee said the stop's removal would create hardship for shoppers and commuters.