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After nearly 12 years, Castro neighborhood fine jeweler D&H Jewelers (2323 Market St.) has departed and moved to a new location in the Mission.
In this edition: a hot chicken and ramen restaurant changes concepts to a sushi restaurant and a custom sofa store and medical spa open in the Castro.
The longtime owner of the plant shop and nursery, David Gray, says the shop hasn't been profitable for a while. "I'm gonna have to find a job," he says.
After 13 years in the Castro, Trudy's Tattoo Parlor (2275 Market St.) quietly shuttered this month due to pandemic-related financial stresses.
After nine years at its current location on 17th Street, Castro gift shop Local Take (3979B 17th. St.) is preparing to move to a new, larger space at 18th and Castro streets.
Castro home decor shop Kenneth Wingard (2319 Market St.) has announced it will be closing after 16 years in the neighborhood.
The Castro's newest cannabis retail store, Flore Store (258 Noe), is now open while historic neighborhood restaurant Flore (formerly Cafe Flore) has remained shuttered for two years.
A designer consignment shop moves home, Safeway changes its hours once again to combat shoplifting, and a new chiropractor and dog grooming business are on the way.
Here's a brief roundup of recent changes to Castro area businesses. In this edition: a designer consignment shop temporarily moves, a nightclub announces its reopening, and a sandwich shop closes.
A new board game shop as moved into the former Comic Book Beardies, a new sushi spot has opened in the former Miyabi space, and more.
In this edition: a barbershop reopens, a social club expands, a hair salon temporarily moves, and a community group has launched an online survey about the redesign of Harvey Milk Plaza.
Castro's apartment-ready plant shop Plant Therapy has outgrown its current location at 2095 Market St. (at Church St.) and opens tomorrow in a new, larger location.
Three personal services businesses, Great Tan, Salon Six, and Face It Salon & Spa, have all announced permanent closures in recent weeks, nine months after their businesses were hobbled by shelter-in-place restrictions.