SF cafe owner struggles to open vacant Mission location
When Ivor Bradley appears before San Francisco’s most powerful legislature on Tuesday, he won’t be arguing for anything extraordinary. Instead, the supervisory board will spend precious time debating a controversy that could only happen in San Francisco: letting Bradley open a cafe.
The battle for croissants and cappuccinos promises to be San Francisco’s biggest story – one that spans the city’s tech industry, its small business crisis, its intense NIMBY-ism and its famous dramatic battles over every little one. proposed change to the city’s landscape.
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