The original location of San Francisco's Squat & Gobble (named as one of Eater's Nine Worst Restaurant Names) has closed it's doors after 21 years in the business. The cafe and creperie shuttered after one last service on Saturday, as Hoodline reports.
For fans of the casual all-day eatery, three other locations remain around town, including West Portal, 16th & Market and the Marina. They will remain open and continue to serve the cafe's popular crab cake florentine and eggs benedict, though the reasons for Fillmore's closure remains unknown.
Now Iza Ramen, the weekend ramen pop-up from Blowfish Sushi to Die For, has applied for the liquor license. The pop-up is currently open only for lunch on Saturday and Sunday, serving a limited number of ramen bowls and izakaya-style appetizers. Stay tuned for updates on when that project might open.