Moishe’s Pippic To Close After 26 Years In Hayes Valley
Joe Sattler, owner of Moishe’e Pippic Deli, smiles and laughs with customers as they leave. Sattler is from Brazil, but wanted to open a Chicago style deli, because New York delis are more common, so he has filled his with Chicago memorabilia most of which came from customers. Photo: The Chronicle/ Lacy Atkins
From the Chronicle vault: 1995: Joe Sattler waits to serve customers at his Chicago-flavored deli, “Moishe’s Pippic,” (which means Mose’s naval). Photo: Chris Stewart/The Chronicle
According to a sign on the front window, Moishe’s Pippic has closed after 26 years of business in Hayes Valley.
It was exactly a year ago, on his shop’s 25th anniversary, that proprietor Joe Sattler reflected on a quarter-century of business in the neighborhood.. . .