Black Star Pirate BBQ, tucked away behind the Bay Area’s Richmond refineries, is closing for good on November 27, owner and chef Tony Caracci confirmed with SFGATE in an interview Tuesday.
Caracci said that his restaurant, which opened amid the pandemic, had reached the end of its two-year lease, and that the owners of Point San Pablo Harbor informed him about two and a half weeks ago that they were “moving in a different direction.” Though they’re going out on good terms, it wasn’t easy for Caracci, who had made the eclectic space serving organic comfort food classics into a home-away-from-home with a vintage diner feel and touches of Oakland’s Fairyland, thanks to the creative eye of his partner Suzie Vasco.
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