Dat Spot, the young Potrero Hill comfort food spot from the owners of Chez Maman, has closed. Dat Spot opened in September with an extensive menu of American comfort food classics like fondue, matzah ball soup, fried chicken and, as the name suggests, lots of rotisserie chicken. The restaurant was well-received in the neighborhood, and SF Weekly’s food critic Peter Kane was a fan, writing in December that it was “basically everything you could want in a cozy neighborhood restaurant. The portions are big, the prices are decent, and the staff checks in often…”
Now, though, the restaurant has closed with no explanation. Owner Jocelyn Bulow has not returned Eater’s request for comment, but Eater readers and Yelpers report the restaurant closed, and its Facebook page is no longer live. Stay tuned for more information.