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The House to close after 26 years in San Francisco



The House to close after 26 years in San Francisco

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many restaurants have had to shut down their businesses. It has now affected the most popular North Beach restaurant, ‘The House.’

The owners of the restaurant Larry and Angela Tse made the announcement Thursday afternoon in their Facebook post. They shared it saying, the 26-year-old restaurant is being closed down “after careful consideration.”

“A heartfelt thank you to our wonderful House community for your generous support throughout,” the post read. “It’s been a truly incredible and unforgettable journey of 26 years filled with many special memories and friendships along the way.”

The specific details behind the closure are unknown. SFGATE reached out for comment but did not hear back by the time of publication.

Amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the House had remained closed and did not reopen for takeout. Gift cards were available on its website for purchase to dine at a later date.

Throughout mandatory shelter-in-place orders, Bay Area restaurants have taken a huge financial hit, as many have had no recourse but to convert to takeout. County guidelines driven by rising COVID-19 cases have also exacerbated operations that have forced businesses to close for good.

PRIMA in Walnut Creek and Beachside Coffee Bar & Kitchen in San Francisco have been among the list of recent Bay Area restaurant closures.

The House drew customers to its tiny outpost on Grant Avenue, between Columbus Avenue and Vallejo Street, since 1994. The House offered an array of Asian fusion dishes inside a small, intimate space. Among them included warm wasabi house noodles with angus flatiron steak, kurobuta pork chop, and seared ahi tuna.

The House was located at 1230 Grant Ave. in San Francisco

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