Say it ain't so, Nopa! The acclaimed Divisadero restaurant whose late night service, heretofore until 1 a.m., has been a staple among industry insiders and bourgeoisie burger lovers, is changing it up, cutting back on late night hours according to Inside Scoop.

"It wasn’t an easy decision,” partner Jeff Hanak told the food blog.“We’re just trying to look at the health of the staff and the longevity, just looking at the sustainability of it, making sure staff is not leaving at 3:30 or 4 in the morning.”

The shift, however, is minor: Last call for drinks and food will be 12 a.m. from Sunday through Thursday, and 1 a.m. last call will remain for Friday and Saturday evenings. Yet diehard fans know that everything tastes better after the stroke of midnight: Greet this news in proportion to your position on that.

Fortunately, nearby Horsefeather is picking up a bit of the slack. That bar's kitchen, on the same Divisadero block, is open till 1 a.m. Phew. I mean, even Jay's Cheesesteak across the street on Divis has closed, though I can't say eating there after a night of drinking was ever the wisest choice.

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