Two Sisters Bar & Books To Shutter In Hayes Valley | HoodlineSad news for Hayes Valley! Apparently they're already in the process of transferring the liquor license from the Hayes Valley space to new owners, and they say they'll be announcing a closing date once they think that transfer is about 30 days out. Also, Diaz is working with partners Kathryn Kulczyk and Branden Cardelli on a cocktail bar that they plan to open in the East Bay sometime in , she tells Tablehopper. In related news, longtime Two Sisters bartender Michael Cecconi is launching his own retail line of bottled cocktails, for which he's now seeking a federal permit, hopefully to begin sales next year. Diaz opened Two Sisters in alongside sister Mary Elliott after being inspired, while in graduate school together in New York, and traveling together through Europe. They both had a habit of bringing books along to bars, which their friends found strange, as Diaz explained to The Culture Trip , and they wanted to open a place where they could marry these pastimes. As they described it on the original website, Two Sisters is like "an incredible bookstore in Krakow; a quintessential coffeehouse in Vienna; a neighborhood bar in Paris; the young, urban, do-it-yourself restaurant scene in Brooklyn; and our Northern California roots" combined.
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