San Francisco’s Gayborhood Could Get a Hamburger Mary’s

The CastroThe owner of the long dormant Patio Cafe eatery in the heart of San Francisco’s gay Castro district wants to open a Hamburger Mary’s at the location.

The national burger chain launched in the city’s South of Market neighborhood in 1972 and quickly gained a loyal LGBT following. While that location shut down in 2001, there are now 12 Hamburger Mary’s restaurants across the country, particularly in southern California and Florida, according to the company’s website.

In November Les Natali, who battled the city’s planning department for a decade over zoning issues as he remodeled the 531 Castro Street restaurant space, obtained all necessary permits last August to reopen the Patio space.

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Authored By Matthew S. Bajko – See the Full Story at the Bay Area Reporter

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