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LA Restaurant Closings

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Historic Filipinotown’s Women-Owned Cocktail Bar Genever to Close Next Week

World-Famous La Brea Bakery Cafe Bids Farewell to Los Angeles

LA Craft Beer Scene Rocked By Two Sudden Brewery Closures

LA’s Most Important Hot Chicken Restaurant Closes This Month

76-Year LA Barbecue Legend Pecos Bill’s Has Closed for Good

Audacious Brazilian Restaurant Caboco Has Flown the Coop in the Arts District

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Swanky Beverly Hills Restaurant Tommy’s Abruptly Closes Within a Year

Brentwood’s Friendly Neighborhood Italian Restaurant Has Closed After 25 Years

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After a Yearlong Run, Fairfax’s Japanese American Rice Bowl Restaurant Closes This Week

As James Beach Closes, Southern California Loses Another Iconic Queer Space

Sawtelle’s Beloved Kiriko Sushi Closed Last Night, After 23 Years in Business

Inventor of Cult-Favorite Ramen Burger Closes Orange County Noodle Shop

Did Starbucks Really Close 6 LA Locations Because It Was Concerned About Worker Safety?

Silver Lake’s Bar Restaurant to Close, Saying it’s ‘Time to Get Off the Ride’

Gardena’s Beloved Japanese-Korean Kimchi Store to Close After Five Years of Business

Big Questions Loom as LA’s 101-Year-Old Pacific Dining Car Seeks Historic Protection

60-Year-Old Valley Staple Henry’s Tacos Has Closed Out of Nowhere

Adam Perry Lang Closes His Hollywood Steak Spot APL After Four Years

LA Dessert Staple Milk Closes on Beverly Boulevard After 15 Good Years

Ambitious Taiwanese Tasting Menu Restaurant Kato Is Moving to Downtown LA

Farm-to-Fable Meat Merchant Belcampo Is All But Done

42-Year-Old Santa Monica Breakfast Spot the OP Cafe Closes Forever This Weekend

After 8 Short Months, a Soured Business Deal Shutters Bootleg Pizza on Pico

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Downtown LA Argentine Restaurant Barcito Is Closing Permanently

Health Department Orders Julian Cox’s Hollywood Cocktail Bar to Close Permanently

A Running List of LA Restaurants That Have Closed During the COVID-19 Pandemic

LA’s Heartfelt Korean Star, Spoon by H, Is Closing Forever This Weekend

Popular LA Filipino Destination Lasa Flips to New Name and Menu Focus

Jerry’s Stops Serving Jewish Deli Classics in Marina Del Rey (Again) After Four Decades

LA’s Historic and Vital Queer Nightlife Community Is Disappearing Due to Coronavirus

Studio City’s iconic 52-year-old Oil Can Harry’s is just the latest loss in a season of shutters, and there’s one landlord behind many of the biggest closures

46-Year-Old Pico Jewish Deli Label’s Table Has Quietly Closed For Good

It’s True: Hollywood’s Fabled 101 Coffee Shop Has Closed Forever Because of the Pandemic