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The 171-year-old Tadich Grill, the oldest restaurant in SF and certainly one of the oldest in the country, is indefinitely closed until indoor dining is fully allowed again, having run out of money (including their loan) and unable to sustain themselves with takeout.  There's no room on the sidewalk by them for outdoor dining, and since they're in the heart of the Financial District basically no foot traffic either.  They're determined to reopen when they can.  I'm really, really hoping they do.

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Very sad.   Particularly since in our hood.   But in (questionably) good company as many houses considered too venerable to fail, fail.

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Yes, so many businesses just don’t have the possibility of strewing open seating in the seat outside. Sad. 

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And there are a few customers who won't sit in a seat outside. In NYC. In the middle of the summer. During a pandemic.

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This week infections in nyc probably rose by about 3%, breaking the 3% weekly decline trend of the past 2 months. Since the waves of incoming traffic will keep increasing in size until labor day, it's reasonable to assume a 15% increase in infections by then. Of course if they then reopen schools and push more people back to work then all bets are off. 

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