Popular Sausage Grill performs U-Turn on closure and announces re-opening
In an unexpected turn of events, Rosamunde, the beloved sausage spot that has been a San Francisco staple for 25 years, will reopen its last remaining location in the Mission District. The restaurant had originally announced its closure in October, but thanks to the dedication of a longtime bartender and his partner, Rosamunde will continue to serve up its signature sausages and brews.
The new owners, Danny Mendez and Sandra Pulley, have stepped forward to take over the reins of Rosamunde, ensuring that this iconic establishment remains a vibrant part of the Mission’s culinary scene. Their passion for the restaurant and its legacy is evident in their commitment to preserving the authentic Rosamunde experience.
Rosamunde’s doors will swing open once again on Friday, December 8th, at its familiar location at 2832 Mission Street. Patrons can expect to indulge in the same delectable selection of sausages, handcrafted from high-quality meats and accompanied by a variety of flavorful toppings. The restaurant’s extensive beer list will also continue to quench thirsts, featuring both local and global brews.
Rosamunde’s reopening is a welcome surprise for San Franciscans who have cherished the restaurant’s presence in the city for over two decades. Mendez and Pulley’s commitment to upholding Rosamunde’s traditions while embracing new possibilities promises to keep this beloved spot thriving for many years to come.