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Teri’s, the bar right in the middle of what we think should turn into an Italian Market nightlife district, has freshened up its look out front.
After the original owner passed away in December, the bar went to his daughter, Kathy Eller, and her daughter Jackie Mangini. They told us in July they’d be making some changes, like the new sign:
A medical-uniform supply store called MIA Scrubs is closing at 1128 S. 9th St., which is flanked by Teri’s on one side and Connie’s Ric Rac on the other.
The silver lining is that the space is up for rent and zoned CMX-2, which means you could open a restaurant or bar by right (entertainment would need approval).
From the listing by Century 21-Forrester on Craigslist:
This is a large, good clean space in the heart of the 9th Street Market! Good for a retail business, yoga studio, etc. Two powder rooms.
Back in March, we told you that Teri’s bar in the Italian Market had been put up for sale for $600,000.
We recently noticed some changes at the bar – new gray paint on the front, outside seating including banquettes sometimes, no Teri’s sign – and thought that maybe it had been sold.
Nope. The bar, at 1126 S. 9th St, will instead stay in the family. And now they’re open from noon to 2 a.m. every day, with some killer drink specials. But no more food – not even tater tots.