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Lemon Moon Closed Abruptly Last Week in West LA

The popular daytime eatery shut down with very little notice.

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Lemon Moon
Lemon Moon
Darin Dines

Lemon Moon, which was founded from a partnership from Josiah Citrin (the lemon) and Raphael Lunetta (the moon), has closed without very much fanfare as of November 25, the day before Thanksgiving. According to a tipster, the place has been shut down and quiet since before the holiday while a Yelp review states that the staff was in a state of shock because they weren't given any notice of the closure.

The daytime eatery had a rabid following from all the local office workers, including nearby Riot Games, whose massive headquarters is positioned across the street. Lemon Moon also hosted Ludobites 8, one of the last renditions of Ludo Lefebvre's pop-up back in 2012. Cubicle warriors looking for a reliable breakfast or lunch option will have to look elsewhere now. Lemon Moon opened back in 2006 catering to worker bees in the area.

Josiah Citrin quietly opened Charcoal in Venice last night.

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