Please help support Giordano Bros. All-In-One Sandwiches expansion on Union Street, San Francisco and its request for a Change of Use Permit.
Giordano Bros. has applied for a Change of Use Permit for a long-time vacant street-level space at 1784 Union Street. The San Francisco Planning Commission will vote on our application on February 25, 2010.
As a part of the legislation for ten new restaurants in the Union St. commercial district, we believe Giordano Bros. will be able to make a significant contribution to Cow Hollow by providing a unique dining option along with creating 14 new jobs
for San Franciscans.
Since opening in 2004, Giordano Bros. has become one of the most popular restaurants in North Beach, with a loyal lunch, happy hour, evening and weekend crowd – selling more than 400,000 of its distinctive “All-In-One” sandwiches. Giordano Bros. has received “Best in Bay” and other awards from SF Weekly, Guardian, The Northpoint, Fillmore Gazette, AOL Digital City,
ZAGAT, Yelp.com, 7x7 Magazine and has been featured on ESPN’s Monday Night Football, The Travel Channel, The Food Network, Virgin Atlantic In-Flight & View from the Bay.
Giordano Bros. has also been cited as a “best business practice” example by the SFPD and the SF Entertainment Commission. But rather than tell you more about ourselves, we think it’s better if you go online to see what others have to say. Please Google us or log-on to YELP.
Your signature will help support Giordano Bros. against any potential opposition. Pending approval of the Change of Use permit, we hope to be open in June. Thank you, and we look forward to seeing you at the new “shop” on Union Street this summer.
(Allison, Jeff, Sadie, Adam and Staff)
303 Columbus Ave.
In North Beach!
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