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‘What Pops Up Must Pop Down:’ Saint Frank Closes Public Bikes Bar

The Little Saint Frank pop up. Facebook photo by Saint Frank.

The Little Saint Frank pop up. Facebook photo by Saint Frank.

San Francisco’s Saint Frank announced last Friday that it was the last day of service for its pop up bar at Public Bikes at 123 South Park Street, with owner Kevin Bohlin announcing on Facebook:

What pops up must pop down. Friday is our last day for Little Saint Frank at South Park. Come to @PUBLICBikes and say goodbye!

We had a blast and love the community! It was always meant to be temporary though. We are totally open to new opportunities.

Bohlin moved west from Texas to open Saint Frank, for which he maintains direct relationships with growers and a roasting partnership with San Francisco’s Ritual Coffee. The Public Bikes pop up opened earlier this year during the build-out of the permanent Saint Frank bar in Russian Hill. For more on that bar, which includes a custom under-bar espresso machine system, check out this profile from DCIL.

The Saint Frank Russian Hill bar. Bohlin pictured looking at camera. Facebook photo.

The Saint Frank Russian Hill bar. Bohlin pictured looking at camera. Facebook photo.

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