The so-called "coolest street in America" may be losing the same places that made it cool.
Inevitably, customers didn't really rally for a "high-end" restaurant based on a $4.99 magazine.
The Lebanese chain is still serving at four other locations.
Owner Claudia Kihui tells Grub Street, "I will not give up on my cooking, I am giving up on the location."
The chef will make Ethiopian tacos with injera bread on a $140 menu coming from Govind Armstrong's kitchen.
And with it, widespread Westside dreams of a flourishing Korean food scene.
There are still a few classics one should soak in before they too go the way of the dodo.
The imported restaurant will be replaced by an expanded version of Sayer's Club.
Now the locals have to hoof it 20 minutes to Porto's like the rest of us.
The Japanese restaurant was popular at lunch, bro-tastic at night.
The final day comes January 31.
The gastro-pub reached its high mark under Top Chef-vet C.J. Jacobson.
The new annex will help stem the overflow of hungry ramen-cultists.
The new restaurant serves French and Mediterranean under hotel chef Marius Blin.
The owner of Lou Wine Bar will pair vino with seven courses of Thai street food.
A more timely ramen restaurant is coming in its place.
Owner Janis Hood may reopen in a different location with one of her employees.
The collard and fried okra-topped frankfurter joint explains why it can no longer "keep the soul rolling."
The shutter marks a poignant footnote to the tragic story of slain founder Monica Beresford-Redman.