If you've ever passed by Revolution Café on the weekends, you've probably witnessed its colorful patrons with beers, dogs, and dreads spilling out in every direction.
But now, according to Mission Loc@l: "The popular venue on the corner of Bartlett Avenue is in the midst of a ten day suspension of its liquor license that ends Friday May 14th." And that won't be the end of its sobriety.
"The café is scheduled to have its license suspended again, from June 4th to June 24th, for the same type of violation."
The crack-down will no-doubt affect the vibe at the cafe's forthcoming parklet. And it's too bad getting a patio license from the ABC is such a hassle, because it will be quite le challenge confining Revolution's free-spirited, semi-inebriated gang inside the open-air cafe where its used to running amok. This could get interesting.
· Revolution Café’s Sober [Mission Loc@l]
· A Parklet Grows on 22nd St; $15 for 3 Courses at The Corner [~ ESF ~]
Cafe Revolution at night. [Photo: Flickr/bblfish]