Zeitgeist to be Replaced by Borders

SF Real Estate News reports this morning that beloved Mission dive bar Zeitgeist will close its doors next month, to be razed and replaced by a Borders.

Artist’s rendering by Ty Kirkey.

Link to more Mission Mission coverage of Mission District dive bars.

11 Responses to “Zeitgeist to be Replaced by Borders”

  1. [...] Mission Mission Saluting San Francisco’s Mission District « Zeitgeist to be Replaced by Borders [...]

  2. njudah says:

    o haI!

    in ur zeitgeist, gentrifyin’ ur homez

  3. Nies says:

    April Fools!?!?!?!?

  4. White Person says:

    How can this be called gentrification if it’s white people replacing white people?

  5. Oh that was just mean. I’m laughing now – but I almost cried.

  6. [...] Zeitgeist Closure Reported by Current, Quickly Retracted As you can see here, this afternoon Mission Mission received 25 views referred from a Current URL called “http://current.com/items/88884204_zeitgeist_dive_bar_in_the_mission_to_be_replaced_by_borders”, which we assume pointed to yesterday’s Zeitgeist story. [...]

  7. [...] Owner Acquires Cortez Reaction to yesturday’s post regarding Zeitgeist turning into a Borders calls to mind the decades-old gentrification question in the Mission. One of my favorite places to [...]

  8. [...] “Bartender, is this place really gonna close and be replaced by a Borders?” [...]

  9. [...] Facebook Senior Platform Manager Dave Morin came across Mission Mission’s April 1 post Zeitgeist to be Replaced by Borders. His response? “[T]his is pretty sad.” Indeed it is, [...]

  10. Tired of Hipsters says:

    haha. i hope there will be a starbucks, too. where will all the pissed off, scummy hipsters/”messengers” go now? maybe they’ll move.

  11. nick says:

    Yjculn hi! hice site!

  12. Aerin says:

    Is this for real? If so this sucks

  13. johnny0 says:

    They should turn Medjool into a Borders.

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