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The Castro's newest restaurant, Hulu Wa China Bistro, is now open at 3970 17th Street, formerly Niji Sushi and Nash Hot Chicken & Ramen.
The Castro's newest Mexican restaurant Zona Rosa, which previously existed under different ownership in the Haight, is now open in the former Tacorgasmico space.
Church and Market's newest Cal-Italian fusion restaurant, The Rustic, is now open at 215 Church Street, formerly the space that housed Chow and, briefly, Cook Shoppe.
After being closed for more than three years, Castro video bar Badlands reopened Wednesday at 4 p.m.
After being closed for more than three years, Castro video bar Badlands (4121 18th St.) is set to reopen just in time for Castro Street Fair.
Mexican restaurant Zona Rosa taqueria will soon be replacing Tacorgasmico at 2337 Market Street in the Castro.
After only six months in the Castro, Salvadoran restaurant Los Amigos on Castro (2295 Market St. at 16th) has permanently closed.
The Castro’s indoor beer garden and restaurant Willkommen (2198 Market St.) has launched a newly expanded food menu with quality ingredients and healthier options.
Owners of the new Castro bar and nightclub that will be opening in the former Harvey's at 500 Castro Street have revealed its name: Brut.
Castro's newest Italian restaurant Pasta Panino (4150 18th St.) is now open — serving up fresh pasta and sandwiches at affordable prices.
A new ownership group with decades of combined Castro nightlife experience will soon be opening a bar and nightclub in the former Harvey's space at 500 Castro St.
The reopening of the Castro's historic neighborhood restaurant Cafe Flore (2298 Market St.), now to be called Fisch & Flore, has been delayed as construction officially kicked off two weeks ago.
Last week, the San Francisco Planning Commission unanimously approved a conditional use permit for specialty market Muuu Meat at 3998 18th Street (at Noe), formerly home to a 7-Eleven.