The Jay’n Bee Club at 20th and York will be closed for “cosmetic” repairs until the end of the month.

Yet the bar — known for its pizza, salads and cheap drinks — may well be changing hands, according to owner Steve Benazzo, who has been running the establishment for 21 years.

After the renovations are complete, a “decision will be made at the end of the month to see what way we go.”

“Either I operate it, or have someone else operate it,” he said. “But probably it’ll remain as a restaurant bar.”

He said repeatedly, however, that no decision has been made.

Zuck Urgent Care moved

San Francisco General Hospital’s adult urgent care center will reopen in unit 1E on the 1st floor of the campus’ Building 5 starting next Thursday, Feb. 21.

The clinic has expanded to 12 patient beds, including three more patient rooms than it offered in the last building.

It is the first clinic to relocate to Building 5 as part of a broader effort to improve patient safety and care by centralizing outpatient clinics on the General Hospital campus.

Moms Against Poverty at the Laundry

Join Moms Against Poverty, a group dedicated to nurturing and educating underprivileged children, for an evening of “art, wine and community” at the Laundry (3359 26th St.) The event will run from 4 to 8 p.m. and is free.

Overlooked Latinas Opens

Tina D’Elia will debut her solo show Overlooked Latinas, which follows two best friends (both played by D’Elia) as they pitch their TV show about “Latinx folks of the past” to an NBC producer.

“But like the best telenovelas of the era,” according to Brava’s description of the play, “Angel’s (the protagonist’s) life is about to become unhinged by a whole mess of melodrama.”

The play is directed by Mary Guzmán and runs from Feb. 16 to March 3 at the Brava Theater Center Studio (2781 24th Street). Purchase tickets here.

The Women’s Building’s new resource clinic  

The Women’s Building (2543 18th St.) now has a Resource Clinic that will allow clients to speak one-on-one with the center’s bilingual program specialist.

This will make it easier for clients to get connected to the Women’s Building’s many resources, including domestic and sexual violence resources, housing and employment assistance, healthcare enrollment, mental health assistance, school enrollment applications, CalFresh screenings, legal resources, homeless services, and translation services.

To make an appointment, call 415-431-1180, ext.11.

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Julian grew up in the East Bay and moved to San Francisco in 2014. Before joining Mission Local, he wrote for the East Bay Express, the SF Bay Guardian, and the San Francisco Business Times.

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