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patsully | Jul 30, 201901:20 PM     1

“Tosca Cafe will close temporarily as I prepare to transfer this iconic restaurant to new management,” owner April Bloomfield said in a statement.

I admit, I had not realized that Ken Friedman's ownership stake had *still* not yet been resolved.

I would be surprised if anything changes very quickly, but I hope they are able to revive it again in the future.

Turmoil at Tosca: North Beach's 100-year-old cafe closes while new buyer is sought

North Beach’s 100-year-old Tosca Cafe closed over the weekend. Owner April Bloomfield said she is looking for a new owner.

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