What you need to know about Rosas Pizza & Pasta
Rosas Restaurant is in trouble, its owners say.
Rosas, California’s only full-service pizza restaurant, has announced that it is closing after 20 years in business, as the owner of a restaurant that is owned by an entrepreneur who has repeatedly clashed with its owners over the past two years.
Rosaras owner Roberto Rosas is facing two lawsuits from restaurateurs who say he has failed to provide enough food to customers.
The restaurant, owned by the Rosas family since 1985, is now one of the most popular spots in town.
Rosasa’s Pizza & Pizzeria owner Jose Antonio Rosas, the son of the late Mario Rosas Sr., said the restaurant was the most successful in town and that it had been in business for 20 years.
He said he would continue to operate his restaurant in a different capacity.
The business will now be managed by another Rosas brother, José Carlos Rosas.
The lawsuits are filed in San Diego County Superior Court by the restaurateurs, and are filed by a lawyer for the restaurant’s owners.
The suit alleges that Roberto Rosascas and the family have “troubled relations” with the restaurant owners and the business has been forced to shut down.
Roberto Rosás said he is not involved in the lawsuits and declined to comment on the suits.
He said the family was just following their contractual obligations.
The restaurant’s future is in question.
Roberto Rosas said the company was still looking for a buyer for its business.
The lawsuit states that the restaurant has had problems finding enough customers.
Rosas has denied any wrongdoing.
Rosases restaurant was one of three Rosas restaurants in San Francisco’s Mission District that closed in January.
The other two were the Roses’ Mexican restaurant, and the restaurant that opened in 2007, near the corner of Mission and Fremont streets.
The San Francisco Chronicle reported in February that the owners of the Rosars’ Mexican restaurants were suing the company for unpaid rent and other damages, alleging the business was not in good financial shape.
Roberta Rosas and his brother Jose Carlos Rosás filed a lawsuit in San Jose County Superior to recover unpaid rent, unpaid taxes, and damages from the restaurants.