834-838 Divisadero Street

While plans to add four floors of residential space over the existing two-story auto garage at 834-838 Divisadero Street have been abandoned, the second floor of the building (838 Divisadero) is slated to become “Che Fico,” a 115-seat Italian restaurant by David Nayfeld and Matt Brewer.

And the first floor space, 834 Divisadero, has been leased to the Boba Guys and the application to start converting the space into a boba tea cafe has just been filed with the City.

Comments from Plugged-In Readers

  1. Posted by DM

    Lost opportunity. So sad.

  2. Posted by Stop Driving

    Boba tea? Really? And why put an Italian restaurant right next door to Little Star? Upstairs no less. What a waste of prime real estate.

    • Posted by mcva

      and Ragazza only a few blocks down the street…

    • Posted by AnonAnon

      Flour & Water, Delfina, Ragazza, A16, Gialina, etc., etc., etc. SF seems to have a bottomless demand for rustic Italian food.

    • Posted by Elitist Pig

      Yes. It was important to prevent the construction of “luxury” housing for the 1% so we can make room for high-end Boba tea and italian food… for the 1%.

      • Posted by Fishchum

        You really have no clue what the “1%” is.

  3. Posted by curmudgeon

    The last time I was inside that building it was to see Keith Hennessy do one of his naked dance performances. It must’ve been sometime in the mid 1990’s.

  4. Posted by curmudgeon

    oops….off by one doorway. The storefront art space is 848 Divisidero.

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