All closure notices arrive via The Shutter. The tipline awaits your sightings.
1) Polk Gulch: Right on schedule, Brick had its swan song yesterday. Next up for the corner of
Bush Larkin and Sutter: come May 1st, the Brick owners will reopen the space into another location of Divisadero's Fly Bar. Fun fact: there's a third Fly in Tampa. [EaterWire]
2) Napa: Up in Wine Country, downtown Napa's Tuscany is doneski. The restaurant—in a building dating back to the 1850s—had been on the market for some time now, but won't be dark for long. Moving in and reopening as soon as next week is a new Mexican restaurant called Border. The grand opening is set for early next week, so we're assuming that any changes to the decor will be quick fixes. [EaterWire]
3) Marin: The sudden shuttering of Sweden House in Tiburon has the Chowhounds mourning collectively, particularly those fans of the signature princess cake from the 30-year-old bakery. Sweets to the sweet, farewell. [Chowhound]