SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. - San Francisco's historic Cliff House restaurant is temparily suspending operations.
The Cliff House has been offering take-out during the pandemic, but on Sunday, the executive chef told KTVU that the restaurant is going to temporarily close, starting Monday.
The restaurant is located on Ocean Beach and is well known for its spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean.
San Francisco's Cliff House as it appeared May 20, 1954. (Photo by Duke Downey/San Francisco Chronicle via Getty Images)
Just last week, Louis Restaurant, located next door to the Cliff House, closed its doors for good.
The coronavirus has created turbulence in the city's dining scene. The city had not permitted customers to dine-in for months. Then, restaurants briefly got permission to serve meals to customers seated outdoors.
But the resurgence of the virus' outbreak put the city back on the state's monitoring list and forced the suspension of al fresco dining, indoor shopping and other types of activities.