The very first thing you see after a cursory web seek for Clark’s by the Bay, the previous restaurant of late San Francisco 49ers receiver Dwight Clark, is a discussion board publish on Yelp asking if anybody else remembers the Redwood Metropolis institution.
The query is sensible, as Clark’s by the Bay closed greater than 25 years in the past and, as a number of commenters within the thread observe, was in a tucked-away space that will have hindered a number of the enterprise’s potential success.
AUSTIN (KXAN) — The world-famous sign, which is updated daily with jokes and puns, is missing from El Arroyo’s parking lot.
It’s also April Fools’ Day.
In an elaborate April Fools’ Day prank, El Arroyo tweeted images Thursday that appeared to show security camera footage of people removing the sign with a U-Haul trailer in the early morning hours of March 31.
Later, they tweeted a pre-recorded message from Gov. Greg Abbott who said he was going to get the Department of Public Safety involved.
“I said alcohol to-go, not signs to-go,” Abbott joked. The pre-recorded message was taped
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