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Metro Cafe Bows Out After Short-Lived Revamp

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As the end of the year (quickly!) approaches, the flurry of closures continues. The latest victim of the times is a Metro Cafe, which just reinvented itself back in July. The eatery was previously Divisadero's beloved Nepalese joint Metro Kathmandu, but then decided to morph it into a "California comfort cuisine" restaurant first called District 5, then called Metro Cafe. In a farewell email, popular husband-and-wife owners Roshan and Shradha say they simply got hit too hard by the recession, and that after three years in the space, they look forward to a few weekends off, with no immediate plans for a new project.
· EaterWire: Week-Old District 5 Renamed Metro Cafe [~ESF~]
· The Dish: Metro Kathmandu Reopens as District 5 [~ESF~]

Metro Cafe

311 Divisadero, San Francisco, CA

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