It is 7 a.m., 57° and headed toward 71°. Looks like it’s going to be a beautiful Friday in the Mission! Details here.
MissionMission stopped by La Rondalla restaurant and reports that it’s looking one step closer to reopening. The new owners, Luna and Betty Barrios, have been renovating the family restaurant and have had to delay the reopening for several months now. June was the new target, so let’s hope it opens soon.
And did you know that bar owners who allow vendors like the Mission’s beloved Tamale Lady to sell food in their establishments risk up to 90 days in jail?
The Chronicle reports that “under current city law, Madonna, who owns Shotwell’s bar on 20th Street in the Mission District, could be tossed in jail for 90 days and fined $500 for allowing the Tamale Lady, Virginia Ramos, or other vendors to sell food on his premises.”
The article also says that Supervisor Scott Wiener has “called for the repeal of that police code provision and five others that he says are outdated and unnecessarily put people at risk of criminal prosecution and fines. Many were adopted during the Great Depression.”