After a year in the dark, the former Stacks location in Hayes Valley is getting a new tenant.

Hat Trick Hospitality, which owns two locations in The Brixton and Rambler in San Francisco, will take the place at 501 Hayes St., according to an application for a liquor license that was displayed in the shop window. Tablehopper first reported the story.

But even though the liquor license application stated that The Brixton will be the new tenant in the vacant stacks, Andy Wasserman, partner at Hat Trick Hospitality, emailed SFGATE that the restaurant will not be a third The Brixton Store, and shared this with the new concept has not yet been named. Wasserman kept mom about more details.

Hat Trick Hospitality, which owns The Brixton and Rambler, is opening a new concept at the former Stacks location at 501 Hayes St. in San Francisco.

Courtesy of Sebastian Lukas

Last year, Stacks silently closed its Hayes Valley store in June after 13 years in San Francisco, according to Hoodline. The Bay Area breakfast chain continues to have several restaurants in South Bay and the Peninsula, including its original location in Burlingame.

The liquor license application filed by Hat Trick Hospitality is currently pending and is also being broadcast from the Brick & Mortar Music Hall in San Francisco, which has been temporarily closed since last March. California’s Alcohol Control Licensing Details indicate that the Music Venue’s Type 47 liquor license, which allows businesses to sell alcoholic beverages on-site, will expire on June 30th.

Editor’s note: An earlier version of this article stated that The Brixton took its place at 501 Hayes St., which is wrong. A new concept from Hat Trick Hospitality, which owns The Brixton, will be the new tenant. The article has been continuously updated to reflect this.