3 Gestalt bar is up for sale by David Mamaril Horowitz November 28, 2022November 29, 2022 Developments in development: One door closes, two more open by Juan Carlos Lara April 8, 2021April 10, 2021 Revolution Cafe has closed by Juan Carlos Lara March 2, 2021October 5, 2021 Update: Muddy’s Coffee House closes in one week and Reformation to reopen by Juan Carlos Lara February 17, 2021February 25, 2021 Jim Georgie’s Donuts, one of the last surviving donut shops in the Mission, is up for sale by Juan Carlos Lara February 3, 2021February 3, 2021 Total Meltdown: a pop-up venture born of the pandemic and a craving for comfort food by Juan Carlos Lara February 2, 2021February 3, 2021 Californios is moving out of the Mission by Juan Carlos Lara January 19, 2021January 20, 2021 The Voyager on Valencia and Claudia Kussano Jewelry Atelier close while Elda’s packs up and goes on a winter hiatus by Juan Carlos Lara January 12, 2021January 13, 2021 Gourmonade owner makes what he can with 2020’s sour lemons by Juan Carlos Lara December 7, 2020December 9, 2020 Mozzeria shutters 16th Street restaurant, turns to food truck by Juan Carlos Lara November 23, 2020December 4, 2020 Wig Factory departs the Mission, moves to Daly City — and online by Juan Carlos Lara November 13, 2020November 19, 2020 Pandemic recession offers ‘danger and opportunity’ for some small business owners by Juan Carlos Lara October 15, 2020November 19, 2020 Load more posts Loading… Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again.
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Hi, do you know what happened to Jelly Donut on 24th Street? Thanks! John
It wasn’t in the Mission, but I am mourning the loss of Cafe du Soleil on Waller and Fillmore. It had fabulous food, ambience and a sense of community developed by the warmth and charm of their great employees and owners Mustapha and his wife. It was a neighborhood institution and anchor.
China Books & Periodicals was for years in the 70s and 80s a progressive/radical presence on 24th Street, run by Henry and Gertrude Noyes with their son Christopher and daughter Nikki. Supporters and comrades of China’s socialist revolution could obtain books and magazines like China Reconstructs during the Cold War when the U.S. government did not recognize the People’s Republic of China. There should be a plaque to preserve this history.
Places we’ve lost:
FANTASTICO 6th St. – where headdresses were born and all other other fabulous decorations & holiday party stuff-GONE!
Thank you for the tip, but we are only tracking businesses in the Mission.