Lupulandia, a Mexican-style brasserie located in the heart of the Mission District, quietly closed three years ago in San Francisco.
Co-owner Anthony LaVia confirmed the closure and told SFGATE that the sprawling 7,000 square foot space is currently on the market. The asset sale for $395,000 also includes the liquor license and brewery equipment. The San Francisco Business Times first reported the sale.
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