The health system cited rapid population growth downtown as the reason for the facility at 1545 California St.
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“It has more desserts — more like a light lunch or snack,” Ismet Yilmaz said of Istanbul Cafe and Bakery. “My food truck has larger dinners.”
Co-founder Scott Tucker: “There are lots of little neighborhoods that still need a brewery.”
Second Star to the Right is in a 2,000-square-foot building, and plans an addition to raise that number to 5,200.
CEO: “The brewery experience is very dynamic. A table could start with two people, then grow to 10, and then two different people will be all that’s left.”
At both places, “You order what you see, not what you read from a menu,” chef Mario Petit said.
Co-owner: “The thought process is to try and shake up the stereotype of French dining.”
The company says the location at DIA “supports our strategy of being a strong regional brewery with a focus on our own backyard.”
The five-bedroom home on Vine Street is about to hit the century mark.
“On these digital marketing platforms, everything is fronted by an image, all flying by in a quarter of a second on Facebook,” co-founder Frank Cardello said.