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SF Restaurant Apologizes After Refusing Service to 3 Officers That Made Staff ‘Uncomfortable'

A San Francisco restaurant has issued an apology after its staff refused to serve three police officers because the presence of weapons made them "uncomfortable." In an Instagram post on Sunday, Kristina Liedags Compton and Rachel Sillcocks, co-owners of North Beach restaurant Hilda and Jesse apologized after three uniformed officers with the San Francisco Police Department were asked to leave the establishment Friday morning.
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San Francisco restaurant apologizes for refusing to serve 3 armed SFPD officers

LATEST Dec. 5, 3:20 p.m. The restaurant Hilda and Jesse has apologized for refusing to serve three uniformed and armed San Francisco police officers on Friday. "We made a mistake and apologize for the unfortunate incident on Friday when we asked members of the San Francisco Police Department to leave our restaurant," co-owners Rachel Sillcocks and Kristina Liedags Compton wrote in statement posted to Instagram Sunday afternoon. "We are grateful to all members of the force who work hard to keep us safe, especially during these challenging times."
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San Francisco Restaurant Apologizes After Refusing to Serve 3 Cops

A San Francisco restaurant has apologized after refusing to serve three uniformed and armed city police officers on Friday. “We made a mistake and apologize for the unfortunate incident,” eatery Hilda and Jesse’s co-owners wrote in a statement posted to Instagram on Sunday afternoon. The statement acknowledged “all members of the force who work hard to keep us safe, especially during these challenging times.”
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Breakfast for Dinner? Hilda and Jesse in SF Has You Covered

Gourmet pancakes can be enjoyed well outside of the morning hours. Breakfast for dinner is not only a great idea, it’s even better when it’s gourmet, re-imagined breakfasts from two up-and-coming chefs, chef Kristina Liedags Compton and director of ops Rachel Sillcocks. These women built their résumés at best-of-the-best, Michelin-starred restaurants like Atelier Crenn, Avery, Mosu, Nopa, Charleston’s iconic FIG, and former greats like Range and Healdsburg’s legendary Cyrus.
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San Francisco restaurant now apologizes for asking armed police officers to leave

San Francisco restaurant now apologizes for asking armed police officers to leave. A San Francisco restaurant that ignited a frenzy when the owner and staff asked three armed police officers in uniform to leave because their weaponized dress made them feel uncomfortable has now apologized for the request, acknowledging that it handled the situation "badly." Greg Liggins reports.
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Eater

Swing into the Retro-Cool New Hilda and Jesse That’s Breaking Brunch Expectations in North Beach

Sleek new brunch spot Hilda and Jesse opens this Monday, November 1, on a sunny corner in North Beach. It is the buttermilk dream of Kristina Compton (Avery, Atelier Crenn, Range, and Haven/Plum Bar) and Rachel Sillcocks (Cyrus, Nopa, and Range), a couple of fine-dining chefs who ran a popular Brunch for Dinner pop-up in 2019, before it went under during the pandemic (well, with the occasional pancake appearance).
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San Francisco Chronicle

Avocado toast with no toast: S.F.'s brunch tasting menu restaurant opens soon

When Hilda and Jesse debuts in North Beach on Nov. 1, the restaurant will serve what is perhaps the Bay Area’s only brunch tasting menu. Located at 701 Union St., the restaurant is co-owners Kristina Compton and Rachel Sillcocks’ tribute to breakfast food, the focus of their popular pop-up of the same name. On weekends there will be a $45 three-course tasting menu, which is meant to deliver as much of an elevated experience as a fine dining dinner — just with pancakes and avocado toast.
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Eater

A Permanent Source of Extra Fluffy Pancakes Is on the Horizon

Pancake pop-up Hilda and Jesse has found a new location to serve its menu of exceptional brunch-all-day dishes. It appears to be in North Beach, though chefs Kristina Compton and Rachel Sillcox aren’t quite ready to share further details. One thing is certain: There will be pancakes, fluffy, fluffy, pancakes. Stay tuned for more info as they nail down details.
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SFist

Sunday Links: Islamic Center of San Francisco Mosque Vandalized in Apparent Hate Crime

A beer bottle was chucked through a window at a San Francisco Mosque sometime Friday. Officials with the Islamic Center of San Francisco noted that the vandalism is an apparent act of hate; though a security camera recorded the act, the quality of the recording was too poor to be useful in identifying the suspect; donations are currently being accepted to pay for repairs and upgrade the institution’s security cameras. [KTVU]
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Eater

Casements Will Flip Pancakes for Dinner on ‘Pancake Tuesday,’ Delighting Breakfast Lovers Everywhere

For all those that observe Lent, or at least enjoy the sweet and fat food traditions leading up to it, mark those calendars — we’re just a couple of weeks away from Shrove Tuesday, which means it’s an exciting time of year for pastries. And Casements, the modern Irish bar in the Mission, is indulging in an old Irish tradition. The pub is serving up pancakes for dinner, courtesy of a cool pop-up, and, even better, they’re pairing them with house cocktails.
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