SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – It’s the end of the line for a legendary San Francisco eatery that’s been serving diners for more than a century.
Fior D’Italia opened its doors in 1886, operating in a number of North Beach locations over the years. It took its final orders from customers Monday night.
Business has been down for the restaurant since a fire in 2005 forced another move from Union Street to the corner of Mason and Francisco streets.
The restaurant called itself “America’s Oldest Italian Restaurant.”
KCBS’ Chris Filippi Reports:
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