San Francisco’s oldest gay bar is the latest victim of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Stud, which has been in business for 55 years, made the announcement Wednesday night.
“We had not intended on it going public this way as we hold you and The Stud so close to our hearts and wanted to let this information out with […]
— Stud_SF (@StudSF1) May 21, 2020
I’ll be participating in a press conference announcement with the Stud tomorrow. The Stud Collective will not end – it will become mobile, with the hope of finding a new space when things settle down.
— Senator Scott Wiener (@Scott_Wiener) May 21, 2020
The Stud, SF’s oldest gay bar, is closing permanently after 55 years. Going out in a blaze of glory with a drag funeral (over zoom). pic.twitter.com/BnGNLwLs86
— Dominic Fracassa (@DominicFracassa) May 21, 2020
Hi Everybody! There's lots of talk about the Stud tonight, here's the real story of what's going down. Thank you for all your kind messages. We are sadly leaving 399 to stay afloat, but we will be back! 🥳 https://t.co/4eyckuuzb6
— Marke B. (@supermarke) May 21, 2020