Business Profile

Roosevelt Tamale Parlor

San Francisco, CA

Aaron Presbrey, Co-Owner

“The Roosevelt Tamale Parlor on 24th Street recently closed shop after more than 90 years of service — its owners blamed a climbing minimum wage and an exodus of blue-collar workers.”

- Source: Mission Local  (link)

  • Business Closures
  • California

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