Town square building to be remodeled, repurposed – Bay Net
Bay NetTown square building to be remodeled, repurposedBay NetIn addition to the pet store, the current 2,850 square-foot building at 22680 Washington Street contains eight apartments on the second floor. Mummaugh's plan is to remodel the downstairs for a … And the third floor apartments would have nine-foot …
The Bullitt/Tonic Guys' New Buffalo Club Roams Onto Mission Street (EaterSF)
Drinks and pizza from SF's most prolific bar team.
Though the name inspires thoughts of wings, **Buffalo Club **is actually an Italian-leaning addition to the burgeoning bar scene on Mission Street; it's just a few doors down from sister spot **Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem**. It's the latest from prolific restaurateurs Ben Bleiman, Duncan Ley, Joshua Callen and Mark DeVito, who announced their plans to open the upscale restaurant and bar last October, when **Piattini** (née **Specchio**) called it quits. The crew has an overstuffed portfolio of drinking dens throughout the city, including **Tonic, Bullitt, Soda Popinski's, Wild Hare, Lightning Tavern **and** Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem. **
As Inside Scoop reports, the two-story space occupied by Buffalo Club is huge, dimly lit, and more restrained than the boisterous, 25-cent-wing sensibility at neighboring Dr. Teeth. It also has more of a restaurant component than the group's other establishments, echoing Piattini's Italian bent by focusing on pizzas in flavor combos like kale-ricotta or smoked eggplant-fontina. The menu is rounded out by charcuterie and small plates, including charred cauliflower, grilled vegetable salad, and prosciutto-parmesan croquettes.
Multiple bars featuring red leather stools, communal tables and large-screen TVs are scattered throughout, with …
Chamber move highlights eventful time
Bill Mercer and John Manier proved to be an adept double-play combination Monday at the Chippewa Area Chamber of Commerce annual meeting.
Board upholds HDC's approval of Market St. Development – Seacoastonline.com
Board upholds HDC's approval of Market St. DevelopmentSeacoastonline.comThe HDC approved the project for a second time in September. … In particular they eliminated the floor to ceiling glass for the rear addition and replaced it with smaller windows that “completely reduces the amount of windows and glazing on rear …and more »