SAN RAFAEL, Calif. -- Firefighters believe a two-alarm fire that burned a five-story building in downtown San Rafael Sunday morning started in the kitchen of a
restaurant located inside the building.
The fire was first reported around 10 a.m. at 1132 Fourth St., according to fire Capt. Paul Bernard
Firefighters were able to contain the fire to the kitchen of State Room Brewery, a restaurant and bar located in the building.
The fire appears to be cooking related, Bernard said.
No injuries were reported, according to Bernard.
The building, which is a commercial building with offices and businesses, sustained damage estimated to be worth about $50,000.
The restaurant will likely close for repairs, Bernard said.
The other businesses and offices inside the building did not sustain significant damage.