Thank you everyone for your continued support. We are in the process of dealing with insurance company requests and don't know yet how soon we can reopen. We hope to find an alternative spot for our Poetry at the '33 series. Stay tuned!!!
If you hadn't heard......
3300 Mission Street is now up for sale. The landlords, who had a sit down meeting with us and talked about their plans to rebuild, and offer us a new lease with potentially more space, failed to let us know about this. My mom got to find out when a reporter called and asked about it. Imagine her surprise.
As much as I'd like to keep hoping that we'll get a lease in that location, I think we all know it would never be the same. Yea, we could try and move to a new location, but the limits on moving a liquor license, the amount of protests you would get from opening a new bar, the amount of capital you would need, the time and effort that none of us have left, it's just too much. We had such high hopes for a return, bringing our bar back to the neighborhood where we had been a staple for 60 years, but there is no loyalty in the real estate industry. No common courtesy. You would think that a tenant of 60 years would get a courtesy call before finding out that their lease is terminated. But that would take class.
|Established in 1956 by Jack Keane & Tom Lane and run by three generations of the Keane family for sixty years, the '33 was the place where natives, union workers, sports fans, trivia buffs and poets all gather. |
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