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Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Little Chihuahua Skittering into Noe Valley

Posted By on Tue, Mar 23, 2010 at 10:45 AM

click to enlarge The menu and format will shadow those of the original on Divis. - ALIKA Y./YELP
  • Alika Y./Yelp
  • The menu and format will shadow those of the original on Divis.
The restaurant news outta Noe Valley isn't done. Neighborhood blog Noe Valley SF is reporting that The Little Chihuahua is taking over the space at 4123 24th Street, the address vacated by ill-fated Bistro 24 last October. Expect a place identical to Chihuahua's place in Lower Haight (burritos, tacos, and tostada salads filled with upscale proteins), open ― with any luck ― in May. NVSF fielded this confirmation from owner owner Andrew Johnstone: "We will be operating with the same menu and format as our Divisadero restaurant, with both takeout and dine-in etc. We will expand into our brunch menu once we are up and running."

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