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San Francisco’s last Rosamunde Sausage Grill to reopen this month

Google Street View of Rosamude Sausage Grill at 2831 Mission St., which will reopen on Dec. 8.
Google Street View shows Rosamude Sausage Grill at 2831 Mission St., which will reopen by the end of next week.

San Franciscans yearning for a spot for a beer and a brat can rejoice as the Mission District’s Rosamunde Sausage Grill announced it will reopen this coming week, according to a post on the restaurant’s Instagram.

“Longtime bartender Danny Mendez and his partner Sandra Pulley have agreed to take over ownership of Rosamunde at Mission and 24th streets,” the restaurant announced Friday on its Instagram account. “What started as a ‘would this be possible’ turned into a reality today.”

The reopening is set for Friday.

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The ownership change comes almost a month after the restaurant announced it would permanently close Nov. 21 after a 13-year run at the location.

Rosamunde joined a wave of popular new fast-casual spots to emerge in San Francisco’s Mission District after the Great Recession.

The restaurant, which opened in 2010, drew praise for its signature sausages and wide beer selection at low prices in a neighborhood that was gaining renown as a top global dining destination at the time.

The restaurant closed its over-two-decade location in the Lower Haight next to famed beer bar Toronado in 2019 and, after the pandemic, locations in both Oakland and Brooklyn were also shuttered.