Proving that, yes, Castro boys do sometimes need to eat, the Planning Commission approved a plan to put a full-service restaurant and bar on the top floor of the LGBT Center on Market Street. Curbed reports: "Having a tenant operate the restaurant and bar could possibly bring the center as much as $100,000 in revenue within the first year." Which, yes, would help quench the cash-strapped community center, which currently "runs at a loss of more than $200,000 a year," according to SF Examiner. (SFGate, however, says the center hemorrhages $263,000 annually.)