Friday, July 12, 2013

S F Planning Commission Saves Bacon Bacon's Bacon

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Bacon Bacon, the bacon specialty restaurant in San Francisco's Haight district (pronounced "Hate" if you don't like bacon!), was closed last May because of some technical code violations, after some un-American, filthy hippie neighbors complained about the ambrosial smells of bacon, wafting on the breeze.

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- A hearing was held at San Francisco City Hall Thursday to decide if the popular Bacon Bacon SF restaurant could reopen. The Planning Commission decided the Bacon Bacon SF restaurant can reopen at its Haight District location. Bacon Bacon has operated a food truck for a while, but it had to close its first brick-and-mortar establishment after neighbors complained of the strong smell coming from the sizzling bacon. The owner will have to install an air filtration system and the restaurant is expected to reopen soon.

The sizzle could be back as early as the last week in August. Tell 'em Proof sent ya!

8 comments:

  1. air filtration system for bakeries

    air filtration system in movie theaters due to the smell of popcorn

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    1. It is not uncommon for a restaurant to vent their kitchen over the sidewalk to entice people with the smell of their wares. These guys just must be godless, Commie bacon haters to complain like that!

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  2. Odorless sammich's for everyone!

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    1. They held their noses and voted for Obama, they can certainly hold their noses for an all American meat!

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  3. 'the ambrosial smells of bacon' - ecstasy, thy name is Bacon.

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