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The Castro's new Salvadoran restaurant Los Amigos on Castro is now open in the long-vacant storefront at 2295 Market St. (at Noe and 16th). Los Amigos quietly opened on Sunday for brunch.
The long-vacant Castro storefront at 2295 Market Street (at Noe), will soon be occupied by Salvadoran restaurant Los Amigos, which opened a Mission District location in 2019.
Mexico-based chain La Borra del Café has proposed to move into the long-vacant ground floor retail space 2175 Market Street (at Sanchez and 15th streets).
The Epicurean Trader was just announced as the ground floor retail tenant at the new residential condo building 2238 Market — a.k.a. the development on the former Sullivan's Funeral Home property.
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.
The long-awaited cocktail lounge and restaurant Lobby Bar (4230 18th St.) opens today on the ground floor of The Hotel Castro.
Castro residents and visitors looking for their daily fix of Starbucks coffee, lattes, frappucinos, and more can rejoice.
In this edition: a hot chicken and ramen restaurant and pet grooming store open in the Castro, a designer clothing store extends its stay, and a longtime Thai restaurant closes its doors.
Castro residents and visitors now have a new option to enjoy warm morning buns and fresh-baked mini-pizzas in the neighborhood.
Over the holiday weekend, multiple Castro neighborhood bars and restaurants announced they would be temporarily closed due to the recent surge of Covid-19 infections brought on by the Omicron variant.
The Castro's newest Italian restaurant Vico Cavone officially opens this weekend in the former Firewood space at 4248 18th Street, after two weeks of a soft opening.
After four and half years in the Castro, Thai restaurant and brunch spot Me & Tasty (3970 17th St.) has closed.
This is going to make some Zeitgeist regulars and people who live near Safeway Heights and the edge of the Mission very sad, but Hoodline regrets to inform you that the KFC/Taco Bell at 200 Duboce Avenue (at Guerrero) has transitioned to being just a KFC, so no more tacos.