Owner of alaMar Dominican Kitchen in Oakland grateful for community’s support after restaurant broken into twice in 1 day

OAKLAND, Calif. (KGO) —The owner of alaMar Dominican Kitchen in Oakland is thankful for the community’s support after his restaurant was broken into twice on the same day.

On Friday, Chef Nelson German shared with ABC7 News his business was burglarized twice.

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The chef shared on Instagram that he would be forced to close his business, which has been around a decade in the Uptown area, if it didn’t have a solid weekend of sales.

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A small business owner is now worried she’ll be forced to leave San Francisco if she is targeted again after her shop in Cow Hollow was broken into.

He says that thanks to the outpouring of support, alaMar did three times the average amount of business over the weekend.

He’s encouraging everyone to support local businesses as often as we can.

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