Upgrades: Mumu Hotpot to Bay Street; Simburgh Bakery soft openings; Public Market Bakery Pop-up Ends; Adeline Food Hall Updates

Some local business news from our last update on August.

Construction on Bay Street’s Dining Terrace continues with construction on Uchiwa.Ramen, Shake Shack and Arthur Mac’s Little Snack making steady progress. The previously advertised Israeli street food Sababa is no longer listed on the Bay Street website.

previously announced Core Power Yoga opened at the Public Market on November 1 and Rudy’s Can’t Fail Café reopened with enthusiasm on October 19.

Reopening of Los Moles (Again!)

Los Moles is set to reopen on December 3 following completion of construction. they had only been reopened for a month when a driver collided with a fire hydrant at the corner of Hollis and 65 causing significant water damage to his establishment.

A girl named Pinky Popup ends

The A Girl Named Pinky bakery pop-up in the Public Market ended in September. Your temporary lease through the Market The Kitchen Association ended after 9 months. “Thank you so much to our new and old customers,” they detailed in an Instagram post on September 3.

They continue to operate a prosperous catering business with your custom baked goods sold online.

The Mercado Público is expected to announce its last La Cocina stall in the coming weeks.

Simburgh Bakery and Cafe

The old Oleis Fusion space has a new tenant (and The Meat Up and Grato Burger before it). Simburgh Bakery & Cafe is a Turkish bakery that opened its doors on November 11.

Listed menu items include cevapi, pide bread, Turkish bagels, hand-rolled dolma, almond cookies, honey cakes, and keto cupcakes. Simburgh also sells baklavas and yogurt products through small independent supermarkets and farmers’ markets.

follow them on instagram for his last hours.

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A rendering of the interior of MuMu’s Pleasanton location.

Mumu Hotpot announced for Bay Street

The new lineup of Bay Street food tenants who announced in april continues to evolve. Mumu Hotpot, which lists locations in Foster City, Pleasanton, and Sunnyvale, is now listed as “coming soon” in bay street website.

Hot Pot is an interactive, community dining experience where diners cook their own ingredients inside a pot of steaming broth. Typical ingredients include a variety of meats, fish, and vegetables.

Its location is the corner space in front of the Hyatt Place hotel that has been used primarily as a pop-up space.


Bay Street features seasonal pop-ups

crystals and sage, located next to Purple, specializes in unique crystals with a variety of uncut stones, rings, necklaces, statue art and more. The right gift this holiday season for the crystal enthusiast in your life can be found at Crystals & Sage.

Pier 39 Virtual Framing Posters, the world’s largest poster shop, not only features famous movie and music posters, but also a wide variety of pop art, maps and charts, imaginative mixes of pop culture and can even turn your photos into high-quality prints. with custom frames. With over 2,000 posters to choose from, Pier 39 Posters can help you find what you’re looking for and is located on the upper level, next to Barnes & Noble Café.

Sport City, located next to Bath & Body Works, offers a variety of sports caps, jerseys, apparel, and accessories, including officially licensed gear from the NFL, NBA, MLB, and MLS. Whether it’s for the big game or a weekend get-together with friends, Sport City will dress you for the occasion.

Longfellow Food Hall Name Update

The Adeline Food Hall (FKA longfellow Food Hall) has added to its ever-rotating food options. your website it currently lists 12 providers and there are 16 listed as “coming soon”. Their “ghost kitchen” model can accommodate up to 35 vendors when full.

Locals can order online or through their on-site kiosk and pick up through a to-go window.

Arthur Mac’s will host World Cup games

Soccer fans looking for a party atmosphere to watch World Cup matches need look no further than Arthur Mac’s Tap & Snack on MLK. They will open their beer garden, rain or shine, complete with heaters and fire pits every day at 7am for the 29 days of the tournament.

Arthur Mac’s will serve hot coffee and breakfast items, such as a Khachapuri-style breakfast sandwich served open-faced with a freshly baked egg on homemade bread with melted cheese, garlic and herbs.

Beer specials will include $6 Trumer Pils pints, $15 1-liter mugs and $20 Trumer Pils mugs during all live World Cup matches that also kick off at 7 am.

Their full food menu, including their popular brick oven pizza, will be available starting at noon.

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