A New, Luxurious Parklet Opens on Townsend This Friday!

No longer is sitting on the curb a necessity if one wants to enjoy an outdoor lunch along Townsend Street. The folks over at Durso Italian Deli (236 Townsend St.) have opened up some outdoor seating in the adjacent parking spots just outside their door.

Look at that thing! We’re not talking about some recycled garbage dumpster with a couple shrubs growing in it. This is some premium wood-crafted handmade shit. Only the best for you startup folks down in South Beach!

The parklet won’t officially be open for use until this Friday at 2:00 p.m., when they will be hosting an Official Ribbon Cutting Event. Like I said, this is some premium parklet space!

For more information about the Ribbon Cutting Event, check out the Official Facebook Event Listing here.

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7 thoughts on “A New, Luxurious Parklet Opens on Townsend This Friday!

  1. Could you please refrain from using profanity in your stories? I understand if you are quoting someone, but it is vulgar and stupid for writers to use it to replace descriptive language.

  2. “Could you please refrain from using profanity in your stories? I understand if you are quoting someone, but it is vulgar and stupid for writers to use it to replace descriptive language.”

    fuck off and read a different blog if you don’t like it.

  3. Awesome! I would hate to see the people who are making such an important impact on our economy sit on the curb to eat! That would be dangerous too, yay Durso Itailan Deli! And voltairesmistress, I was shocked to see “shit” written on a public article at first too, but ya know what- those seats were made for people who are working in the area and probably relate better to that kind of discriptive language. These days, and especially in SF, and with the younger generations, thats just how we are- we bring it how it is, raw and real and express ourselves and opinions how we want. Not much of a filter needed. Probably a big part of why we are the ones turning this economy around. Look at how many people got a rise out of that one word. That one word is more discriptive then you think, got a few wheels turning, didnt it? Something to think about for you Miss.

    Im sure our start up folks will be super stoked about this new deli. Im looking forward to checkin this new cool spot out!

  4. between the trees and super-high, ego ridden posts, this looks lie a prison cell, one of the worst parklets in the city i’ve seen, pure garbaggio … look at the delfina off of fillmore, or the Noriega Street parklet, that won an AIA award BTW, if you want some inspiration for your next parklet people, these parklets are getting so janky, anything gets approved, we need standards even for these temporary parklets.

  5. I really like the parklet. Parklets (in any shape or form) are always welcome to this auto-centric neighborhood.

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