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Behold the Restored Interior of Passion Cafe, Due Next Week

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It's been in the works for years, but next week will finally see the debut of longtime plywood vet Passion Cafe. Right off the corner of Sixth and Market, the all-day eatery will be the latest step in the area's revival process (attempt), but that whole civic subplot aside, the most interesting thing about Passion Cafe might be the century-old space itself. It's been under wraps for years, but the restaurant owners—who come from a contracting background more so than a hospitality one—took years to meticulously restore the three-story building from top to bottom, from the old bricks and hardwood floors to the rooftop dining area and countless other details. The initial plan is to open Monday, for all-day service—think cafe fare during the day, French classics at night—and there's talk of a late-night window with drunk food (croque monsieurs, perhaps) for clubgoers too.
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Passion Cafe

28 Sixth Street, San Francisco, CA

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