John's Ocean Beach Cafe May Shutter After 31 Years, and Super Duper Finally Opens

The past 24 hours in gossip, innuendo, and cold hard facts about the San Francisco food scene.

After nearly 31 years, John's Ocean Beach Cafe may be forced to shutter. Grub Street reports the Outer Sunset restaurant, along with several other nearby buildings, are facing possible demolition. The future of the cafe hinges on plans for a five-story, mixed-use building making it through the City permit process.

After a false start, the Marina outpost of Super Duper officially opened its doors around 1 p.m. (2200 Chestnut at Pierce).

More pizza and sandwiches: Eater SF divulges the latest location of Patxi's pizza is now serving slices in the Inner Sunset (822 Irving at Ninth Ave.). And over in SOMA, LiveSOMA lets neighbors know Caffe Moda has reopened in its new location and is slinging sandwiches and salads (160 Seventh St. at Natoma).

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