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Mission District takeout ceviche spot Dolores Waterfall is going to start dine-in services. The market, which specializes in ceviche, seafood tacos, and other seafood specialties, opened as a takeout only operation, but has filed for permits to renovate, and next month plans to debut its new dine-in services.
Owner Leonardo Flores says the change will bring four dine-in tables, counter service, new decorations, and new menu items. “We’re going to start offering fresh shellfish and oysters,” says Flores. “Foods that are better eaten at the restaurant than in a takeout format. And we’ll also serve more ceviche options.”
Flores has also begun redecorating — a mural of an octopus has recently been painted on one wall of the restaurant, and a whale mural is on the way. In addition to the indoor seating, he hopes to eventually add some outdoor tables, as well.
Flores expects to be open for dine-in services in about three weeks, so grab a seat at Dolores Waterfall and order some midsummer cocktails and oysters. And make sure to save table room for one of their seafood towers.