Saturday, September 26, 2009

Liquor license suspended at Osaka on Fillmore

These signs were seen today in the window of Osaka on Fillmore, 1923 Fillmore St., in San Francisco. The restaurant was closed -- Saturday hours begin at 5:30 p.m. -- so there was no opportunity to get further information.

The hand-lettered sign on the left says: "Dear friends of Osaka, We feel the need to explain ourselves to you .... this suspension is not the result of serving a minor or anything of that nature, but administrative technicality. We are a family-owned restaurant and we've been here since 1997. This setback is temporary (13 days and counting ......... ) Here is our thought: Eat at Osaka, drink at our neighborhood establishments. Thank you for your patronage. Lisa & Rena."
The state "Notice of Suspension" lists the effective dates as Sept. 24, 2009 through Oct. 8, 2009. The Website of the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control, checked at 3 p.m. today, listed Osaka of Fillmore's license as being active with no disciplinary procedures and no actions against it.

Check back later for more information.

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