It’s adieu for the Curbside Cafe. The beloved French-style restaurant off Fillmore Avenue in Pacific Heights introduced on Saturday that it had shut its doorways for good.
“Curbside Cafe has closed completely and we stay up for having fun with much-needed time with family and friends,” a submit on the restaurant’s Fb web page reads. “We’re grateful to all of you who’ve helped to make the restaurant a neighborhood gem, as a result of what wouldn’t it have been with out all of us collectively? Thanks, merci!”
The restaurant additionally wrote within the submit that its lease had ended and that “we’re personally not capable of renew it.”
Since no less than 1906, a restaurant has occupied 2417 California St.—the now-former tackle of Curbside Cafe—based on an article on SFist, which additionally named Curbside considered one of its “10 Greatest Unsung Bistros In San Francisco” in 2017.
Curbside Cafe founder Antoine Alliaume bought the restaurant to former Curbside waiter and Lyon native Olivier Perrier and his spouse, Gwyneth, in 2010. The couple, coincidentally sufficient, met on the cafe. Since then, the cafe has turn out to be recognized for its laidback romantic dinner vibes and brunch menu.
“With a location simply off Fillmore, it is a reminder of what the realm was like earlier than it was overrun with high-end chain shops—it is cosy, intimate, and just a little idiosyncratic,” wrote SFist on the time.
Locals had been saddened by the information of the closure shared on Fb.
“Curbside will at all times be in our hearts,” one commenter wrote on the Fb submit saying the restaurant’s closure. “You all had been a shiny place and refuge throughout a tough time. We beloved the meals and the divinely skilled service. Thanks and blessings to all.”
Olivier Perrier couldn’t be instantly reached for touch upon Curbside Cafe’s closure.