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Stir Market’s Upcoming Shutter Makes for One More Closure Along Beverly Boulevard

The do-it-all cafe space couldn’t hold on

Stir Market on Beverly
Elizabeth Daniels
Farley Elliott is the Senior Editor at Eater LA and the author of Los Angeles Street Food: A History From Tamaleros to Taco Trucks. He covers restaurants in every form, from breaking news to the culture, people, and history that surrounds LA's dining landscape.

Another Beverly Boulevard restaurant is set to shutter soon, with Stir Market’s upcoming demise being told through LA Magazine. The just over two-year-old all day cafe near the Grove will be replaced by a new concept, though exactly what is still unclear.

When it first opened, Stir Market had promise as a casual offering for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, with backing from the likes of Jet Tila. There was a takeaway food and product component, a dine-in menu for anyone wanting to sit down, a bread bakery, a coffee bar, and buffet-style premade hot food galore. The idea was to craft a multifunctional space that would appeal to anyone at all hours of the day, but instead may have sowed confusion from customers unsure of where to order.

And so now, it’s time for something new. A pending ABC license points to a vague LLC called Summer Roll Enterprises, but that’s about it. Still, the LA Magazine piece says there will be a short flip of the space and then that’s it, so don’t anticipate having to wait long.

The upcoming shutter of Stir Market marks yet another passing along Beverly Boulevard, with nearby BLD closing up shop after a decade-long run. Further down, Terrine picked New Years Eve to turn off the lights, transitioning into an Italian restaurant instead. No official word on when Stir Market will definitively call it quits, but expect in the next few weeks.