Closures and Other Wah-Wahs: Three Twins, Fire at Lavash, Wagyumafia Not Coming to SF

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The Wagyumafia cutlet sandwich. Photo via @wagyumafia on Instagram.

I was sorry to see a tweet over the weekend announcing the closure of the ~THREE TWINS~ ice cream shop in the Lower Haight, but good news, their other locations will remain open and they will still be available in grocery stores! Whew, don’t take away our lemon cookie. You can read a note from founding twin Neal Gottlieb here about the why (a rent increase was part of it). 254 Fillmore St. at Haight.

There was a fire Friday morning at neighborhood fave ~LAVASH~ in the Inner Sunset, which will remain closed indefinitely for now. 511 Irving St. at 6th Ave. [Via The Chronicle.]

Just in case any of you fantasized about sinking your choppers into one of the wagyu cutlet sandwiches from the Tokyo-based Wagyumafia (raises hand), sadly they will be opening in New York instead of SF. Wah. Eater reports ORG (Omakase Restaurant Group) owners Kash Feng and chef Jackson Yu will still be opening their steakhouse, butcher shop, and udon restaurant at One Henry Adams, it’s just that they didn’t want to exclusively carry the high-end Wagyumafia beef at the butcher shop—they wanted to have more of an array of suppliers and meats for customers. (But ORG will continue to carry their wagyu for their restaurants and the butcher shop. And a Kobe beef cutlet sandwich will still be coming, later in 2018.)