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Agura Finally Fully Shuttered and On The Market

Agura on La Cienega is oh so doneski. Again. The Japanese restaurant, with its massive buddha centerpiece, opened in October 2009, then closed in August 2010. Management said they planned to remodel the venue then relaunch as a new concept. But, seven months and some plywood later, a neighboring business and construction crew claimed that Agura would reopen under the same name, new interior. Now this. No more construction, no more Agura. The restaurant is up for sale with an asking price of $200,000, inclusive of whatever furniture, fixtures, equipment exist inside. Eight years remain on the lease and there's a full 47 liquor license. Available immediately.
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Agura

514 N. La Cienega Blvd., Los Angeles, CA

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