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SF’s Historic Tadich Grill Cancels Their Reopening

SF’s oldest restaurant has postponed reopening until they can open with 50% capacity.
By - posted 11/4/2020 No Comment

San Francisco’s famous Tadich Grill was finally scheduled to reopen for indoor dining after a long shutdown since July. The restaurant had started taking reservations for their November 9 reopening date.

Their decision to reopen came with The City’s announcement to allow indoor dining with 50% capacity. Unfortunately, San Francisco rolled back their decision to expand the reopening due to the recent surge in Covid-19 cases and hospitalizations.

Tadich Grill has decided to postpone opening for indoor dining until they can open with 50% capacity.

The restaurant posted the following update on their Facebook page:

“To our valued customers,
Thank you to all of you who have made reservations for our previously announced reopening date. We were so excited to say hello and serve you! However, once again we are forced to push out our opening date due to local restrictions on indoor capacity which remains at 25%. Until 50% capacity is permitted, our doors will remain closed. Hang tight and thank you, as always, for your loyalty.”

Tadich Grill, which opened in 1849, is considered the oldest continuously running restaurant in San Francisco.

Read more at SF Chronicle.

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