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Mirtille Meets Its End; BottleRock Producers Go Bankrupt

CIVIC CENTER—After nearly three years in business, French cafe Mirtille has said goodbye. There's already a taker for their space, a place called MJ's Cafe, but no details on what they might be up to. [Tablehopper]

WINE COUNTRY—Napa's BottleRock festival only debuted last year, but its producers have already filed for bankruptcy. Among their issues: they spent too much on musical talent, meaning Cindy Pawlcyn never got paid for her culinary duties. A new group has purchased the rights to the festival, which is planned to go down May 30-June 1. [Napa Valley Register]

FINANCIAL DISTRICT—As of tonight, Gitane is back open on Mondays, featuring the new menu from recently appointed chef Alicia Jenish. [EaterWire]

THE MISSIONRice Paper Scissors' new brick-and-mortar at Brick & Mortar Music Hall is officially up and running for lunch; they're initially open Monday-Wednesday, 11 am-2 pm, with plans to expand to the rest of the week after the first month. They're cash-only, and food ranges from $6-13. [EaterWire]


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