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San Francisco pizzeria and bar BrewVino to close Friday

A shuttered storefront on 24th Street in San Francisco's Mission district.
BrewVino | Source: Julie Zigoris/The Standard

BrewVino, the popular Mission District pizza and beer spot known for its friendly owners and expansive back patio, is closing. 

The restaurant’s last day will be Friday. 

“We have loved every second of owning and operating Brewvino and are beyond grateful for your love and support,” wrote owners Carly and Teddy Osmundson in an email Monday announcing the closure. They did not provide further details on why they were shuttering the 24th Street pizzeria. 

BrewVino had a cheerful, bustling vibe, with walls painted in pastel oranges and yellows and a retail counter that sold canned wine, microbrews and gourmet sodas. 

BrewVino | Julie Zigoris/The Standard | Source: Julie Zigoris/The Standard

The hybrid wine bar and taproom opened in January 2021, at a time when a number of restaurants across the city were folding or struggling to stay alive amid the pandemic. The restaurant attracted a loyal clientele with its chewy-yet-crusty pies, fried Brussels sprouts and a rotating menu of salads and draft beers. The owners could not be reached for further comment in time for publication.   

BrewVino’s back patio was a popular destination for the neighborhood happy hour crowd as well as families with kids and dogs. It also hosted holiday parties and pumpkin-painting workshops at Halloween. 

The double-wide storefront was previously occupied by Almanac Beer Co., which used the expansive space as a taproom. Prior to that, the two storefronts had been renovated and connected for the experimental, tip-included French restaurant Sous Beurre. 


📍 2796 24th St. 
🗓️ Weds. - Fri. | noon to 9 p.m. 

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