A California snack bar that specializes in roasted chickpea chips, Reese’s snacks, and Reese’s crackers has a new home in downtown San Francisco.
The “Sierra Club” is a joint venture between The Daily Meal and the Snack Hut, which opened in the West Village in 2014.
The new Snack House, which has been dubbed the “San Francisco Snack Bar,” features four locations with its first two locations opening today.
It’s part of a $10 million investment from local entrepreneur Tim Dorman, who also owns the chain Subway.
The franchisees of the chain have been able to make the move quickly as they’ve been able purchase the new buildings quickly.
A sign of the new restaurant will be the addition of a small coffee bar in the new space, and a small concession stand inside the existing space.
The chain has also acquired a space on the ground floor of the building where the snack bar will now operate.
The original Snack Shop opened in 2013 in the Mission District.
The cafe is a place to grab a coffee, a smoothie, and some snacks before heading into the restaurant.
The space also hosts live music and a “snack bar dance party” every Sunday.
It also has a few other locations in the city.
The Sierra Club is also one of the locations that will soon open in Downtown San Francisco, according to a tweet from the owner of the restaurant and a spokesperson for The Daily Beast.
The name of the place is a nod to the iconic food truck, the Sierra Club, which is now owned by a California company called Snackhaus.
The diner will also serve a range of other snacks and beverages.
The food truck was originally named the Sierra Cafe, but that name was removed from the sign before it was approved.
It will remain the name for the new location.