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Bayou Burger Calls It Quits

It’s the second recent restaurant closure on that stretch of Magazine Street The Magazine Street location of Bayou Burger has closed its doors, according to a tipster and confirmed by a spokesperson for Creole Cuisine Restaurant Concepts,...Show More Summary

Mile End Spanish Favourite Sala Rosa is Cutting Back Its Food — and Other Closures

And a Québécois favourite closes after almost a decade MILE END — Sad news from a staple restaurant on the Main: Spanish restaurant Sala Rosa is switching management and cutting back to being a bar with a much more limited focus on food. Show More Summary

Oh-So-Comforting Plateau Resto Landry & Filles is Closed Permanently

No more stuffing fritters One of the early victims of 2018 is food truck turned restaurant Landry & Filles, which announced its closure on social media this week. Unfortunately, there’s no warning on this one — the Facebook and Instagram...Show More Summary

2018 Restaurant Closures

These are the eateries we’ve lost this year From institutions we thought would be around forever to new places gone too soon, these are the Twin Cities restaurants who have shuttered this year.

Struggling burger chain Byron could close 20 UK restaurants as it fights 'gathering economic headwinds'

20 Byron restaurants at risk of closure. Britain's casual dining sector is suffering from a nationwide consumer spending squeeze. KPMG: "Gathering economic headwinds starting to impact the sector more profoundly." LONDON — Upmarket UK...Show More Summary

Ruby Tuesday names new CEO in bid to turn around struggling restaurants

Ruby Tuesday names Ray Blanchette as CEO, effective immediately. The restaurant company has struggled with slowing sales and traffic that has led to more than 100 store closures in the last year.        

GreenRiver announces closure after two years in Streeterville

GreenRiver has announced it will close after two years of service in Streeterville. The restaurant, tucked away inside Northwestern Medicine’s Lavin Family Pavilion, earned one Michelin star for its cocktails, food and service. It opened in 2015 to much acclaim from Chicago food critics and had...

Top Stories of the Week: Cold Weather; Hot New Restaurants; More

Miss any important news? Catch up with this weekly archive of Eater Boston’s most-read stories The Eater Boston Winter 2018 Dining Headquarters: What’s #OpenInBOS?: Bookmark this page for weather-related openings, closures, and specials...Show More Summary

Every Notable 2018 Montreal Restaurant and Bar Closure

Keep up with every shut down This stream will be updated with every restaurant, bar and café closure that Eater reports on throughout 2018 — bookmark it to keep up with every eviction, bankruptcy, and retirement. Looking for closures from 2017? That list is over here.

180 Degrees at DRB Closing Suddenly This Weekend

And other closures Below is a round up of the latest closures around town. Looking for more uplifting news? Here’s the catalog of all the recent restaurant openings. January 5 DOWNTOWN MIAMI — Popular burger and beer spot, 180 Degrees at DRB (501 NE 1st Avenue), is officially closing up its doors after this weekend. Show More Summary

This Glamorous Restaurant Earns Dubious Honor of First 2018 Closure

510 Lounge has closed Don Saunders has made the decision to shutter his second restaurant the 510 Lounge inside the historic 510 Groveland building. The address was perhaps most famous as the former home to fine-dining jewel, La Belle Vie. Saunders’ opened the slightly-more casual Lounge with private event space in July. Show More Summary

A Rash of Restaurant Closures Marks the Passing of 2017

Farewell to Ten Mercer, Lloydmartin, Two Bells, and more The holidays are a time of celebration often accompanied by some dark reflections, and there’s a sobering number of restaurants in Seattle that closed out 2017 with big celebrations before closing permanently. Show More Summary

2 Jérôme Ferrer Restaurants to Be Demolished for a University — and Other Closures

Beaver Hall closed over the weekend DOWNTOWN — A double whammy of bad news for Jérôme Ferrer, chef about town and owner of big banner downtown restaurant Europea. His two restaurants on Beaver Hall are both set to be demolished to make way for a major construction project belonging to Montreal business school HEC. Show More Summary

Denver’s Classic Broker Restaurant Has Closed

Plus more closures and an opening to know today END OF AN ERA NEWS: A classic Denver steakhouse is officially closed at 821 17th Street. The Broker Restaurant served its final New Year’s Eve dinner Sunday after 45 years inside the old Denver National Bank building. Show More Summary

Restaurant Mocked by NYT Is Now Gone for Good

It started with a scathing New York Times review, followed by pushback from the celebrity chef in the hot seat, and now the saga is ending with a high-profile restaurant closure. The AP reports that Guy Fieri's Times Square eatery, Guy's American Kitchen & Bar, has closed down for good,...

Phillip Lopez’s Root and Square Root Closed Permanently on New Year’s Eve

The final two restaurant closures of 2017 Just as 2017 was coming to a close, two more restaurants snuck onto the list of closures for the year — Phillip Lopez’s experimental dining gems, Root and Square Root closed permanently on New Year’s Eve. Show More Summary

The Saddest Restaurant Closures of 2017

Food writers lament the ones that were lost As is the tradition, Eater asked a group of journalists, bloggers, and friends of the site to weigh in on the year in food. Here, they share the hardest 2017 goodbyes. Gigi Sukin, editor, CoBiz The...Show More Summary

The Saddest Austin Restaurant Closures of 2017

The year’s most important shutters from a longtime Tex-Mex establishment to a speciality pasta shop Yes, Austin’s dining scene keeps expanding, but with growth inevitably comes loss, and the city has seen its fair share of restaurant...Show More Summary

Houston’s Saddest Restaurant Closures of 2017

These spots will be sorely missed In many ways, 2017 was an epic year for Houston’s restaurant scene. Ahead of hosting the Super Bowl (and after), the city became home to dozens of exciting new eateries across a variety of cuisines,Show More Summary

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