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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

The Saddest Restaurant Closures of 2017: Dive Bars, Sunset Grill & Tap, and More

Local food writers mourn the year’s shuttered spots As is Eater’s annual tradition, we’re closing out 2017 by surveying local food writers (including our own staff and contributors) on various restaurant-related topics, and we’re publishing their responses in these final days of the year. Show More Summary

Evicted: The Saddest Montreal Restaurant Closures for 2017

In memoriam As is tradition at Eater, we close the year with a survey of food critics, writers, bloggers, and people about town. This year we posed eight questions, from meal of the year, to top restaurant newcomers. All will be revealed by the time we turn off the lights at the end of 2017. Show More Summary

Vote for Philly’s Saddest Restaurant Closure of the Year

Which restaurant is missed the most? Welcome to day five of the eighth annual Eater Awards, honoring the most esteemed restaurants, bars, chefs, and more in cities across the world. Here’s how the Eater Awards work: All 24 Eater cities...Show More Summary

The Saddest Restaurant Closures of 2016

Thanks for the memories. It’s no question that 2016 has been a major year of loss and that includes our restaurant landscape. As Landon Schoenefeld prepares to serve his final meal inside Nighthawks, Heartland readies its final service...Show More Summary

Michelle Bernstein’s Cena Was Miami’s Saddest Closure of 2016

Our experts weigh in on what restaurant they are most upset about shuttering As we put a cap on 2016, Eater surveyed a group of friends, writers, and all around experts for their take on the past year. We asked them eight questions: from top standbys to top newcomers, from best meals to restaurants they’ve broken up with. Show More Summary

Seattle’s Saddest Restaurant Closures of 2016: Bar Sajor, Blind Pig Bistro, and More

Local food writers say goodbye to their beloved eateries As is tradition, Eater closes out the year by surveying local food writers on various restaurant-related topics. Readers, please feel free to chime in with your own thoughts in...Show More Summary

Friends of Eater Name The Saddest Closure of 2016

R.I.P. to these New Orleans spots As per tradition, Eater Nola has asked a group of journalists, bloggers and friends of the site to weigh in on the year in food. Here are those restaurants they’ll miss the most. Q. What was the saddest...Show More Summary

The Saddest Restaurant Closures of 2016 Include Spoke Wine Bar, Johnny D’s, and Rubin’s Delicatessen

Local food writers mourn the dearly departed As is Eater tradition, we close out the year by surveying local food writers (including our own staff and contributors) on various restaurant-related topics, and we publish their responses throughout the final week of the year. Show More Summary

The Loss Of Luscher’s Red Hots Is 2016’s Saddest Restaurant Closure

We miss those Uncle Herky burgers so bad As 2016 finally — and mercifully — winds down, it’s the perfect time to look back at what’s happened in the Dallas dining scene over the last twelve months. As is tradition, we’re wrapping upShow More Summary

The Saddest Austin Restaurant Closures of 2016

Never forget Despite all the success stories within Austin's ever-growing restaurant scene (yep, we're more than just tasty tacos and barbecue), there’s plenty of heartbreak, too. Lots of restaurants closed in 2016 from fancy and fine LaV to the old-school Tex-Mex spot El Azteca. Show More Summary

New Restaurant for 510 Groveland in Minneapolis Finally Announced

Don Saunders will move into the onetime La Belle Vie address. It’s been a year since our saddest closure of 2015 and now it’s time for new memories to be created inside one of the prettiest locations in all the Twin Cities. Yesterday...Show More Summary

Eulogizing the Dearly Departed Restaurants of 2015

For our Year in Eater coverage, we asked food-industry pros to reflect on their 2015. Here, food writers from New York, San Francisco, and Boston — eulogize the saddest restaurant closures of the year. Some were new establishments whose fires burned hot; others were beloved relics of neighborhoods rapidly embracing the Next Big Thing. Show More Summary

Eater Tastings: Year in Eater Roundups; Saddest 2013 Closures; Bloomfield and Friedman Taking Over the Lusty Lady; More!

SAN FRANCISCO—We rounded up the 10 saddest restaurant and bar closures of 2013. Whether they were shuttered by fire, finances, or fate, we'll miss them. SAN FRANCISCO—Our Year in Eater series continued with panelists picking both their best meal...

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