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Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Txoko Closing on New Year's Eve

Posted By on Wed, Dec 26, 2012 at 8:10 AM

Txoko in North Beach closes at the end of 2012. - FLICKR/COZYSF

North Beach restaurant Txoko announced via Facebook that it will cease service after New Year's Eve (December 31). The restaurant opened in May 2011 in the cavernous space that formerly held Enrico's and spent much of its time as a vocal supporter of fighting the foie gras ban, giving away complimentary portions after it was outlawed in July 2012.

See Also:

- Drink of the Week: Cool Hand Luke Fizz at Txoko

- Naked Lunch Writes a Bright New Sandwich Beat in North Beach

This doesn't appear to effect the operations next door at their sister project Naked Lunch. We wish owners Ian Begg and Ryan Maxey the best.

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