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Namu Stonepot Will Move into Jay's Cheesteak Space in NoPa

The Lee brothers of Namu Gaji move forward with plans for Namu Stonepot on Divisadero Street.

More changes are coming to NoPa. Late last week, "a beer and wine license application was filed for a new business" at 553 Divisadero Street, Hoodline reported. The new restaurant will be called Namu Stonepot, and it will be the second expansion for Dennis, Daniel, and David Lee, Korean-American brothers and owners of Namu Gaji in the Misson. Namu Gaji has been serving local and seasonal pan-Asian cuisine since 2012, including a signature claypot dish of market vegetables, kimchee, egg, koshihikari rice, and gochujang.

Jay’s Cheesesteak has not released any information on when they will be moving out of the Divisadero location, where they've been in business since 2001, but their 21st Street location in the Mission will remain open for business. Stay tuned for more details.

Namu Stonepot

553 Divisadero St, San Francisco, CA 94117, USA

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