String of San Francisco restaurants closing their doors

By Liz Kreutz : abc7 – excerpt (includes video)

AN FRANCISCO (KGO) — San Francisco is known as a haven for good food, but restaurants in the city are increasingly finding it hard to stay open.

On the Embarcadero, 26-year-old Palomino, once known for its popular happy hour, has just closed its doors. Three restaurants near Oracle Park — Pete’s Tavern, Pedro’s Cantina and Amici’s East Coast Pizzeria — have also closed, according to Hoodline. And in the Mission District, the owner of Dosa is also closing its original location on Valencia Street after 15 years.

“It was a combination of a lot of different things,” Dosa CEO Anjan Mitra told ABC7 News. “It seemed like the perfect storm that hit us, hit the restaurant industry.”

LIST: Historic Bay Area Restaurant closures(most)

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