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Monday, March 22, 2010

Patxi's Pizza Taking Over Mi Lindo Yucatan Space in Noe Valley

Posted By on Mon, Mar 22, 2010 at 12:20 PM

click to enlarge The 2,500-square-foot-space (here in its earlier incarnation) is still under construction. - KEVIN Y./YELP
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  • The 2,500-square-foot-space (here in its earlier incarnation) is still under construction.
Noe Valley SF is reporting that Patxi's is headed for the old Mi Lindo Yucatan location at 4042 24th St. (at Noe), shuttered since September. NVSF's scan of ABC applications revealed a liquor license file last Wednesday. "The 2500 square foot space is still under heavy construction, but will certainly be big enough for the restaurant/pizzeria," reckons the neighborhood blog. Oh, and in case you might be thinking Patxi's is the first flowering of the Bevan Dufty-sparked lifting of the restaurant cap in Noe Valley, think again (it's replacing an existing eatery). Patxi's seems to be on a growth jag; the Marina location of the Hayes Valley standby opened last October.

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