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San Francisco’s Cliff House restaurant to close permanently
December 14, 2020
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A 157-year-old San Francisco restaurant will permanently close by the end of the year – but not solely because of the coronavirus pandemic.
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The Cliff House proprietors Dan and Mary Hountalas announced Sunday that the landmark will close permanently on Dec. 31, leaving 180 employees without jobs.
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In a notice to customers, the property owners said that although the coronavirus — which decimated the restaurant industry — exacerbated their issues, the problem began when the restaurant's 20-year contract had expired in June of 2018.