Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Du-par's De-parts

In a rather dramatic development for diners who were still mid-meal, the Granada Hills' Du-par's was closed last week by sheriffs, who carried out an eviction during business hours, escorting patrons out of the restaurant, sources said.

It seems this isn't the first round of trouble for the Du-par's chain in recent years. The Thousand Oaks Du-par's was closed last year after losing its lease, and during its last years the location had been plagued with health department violations.

Du-par's did not return phone calls requesting comment, nor did the property's landlord, Regency Centers.

3 comments:

  1. I'm so bummed about this. Was nice having them in the G.H.

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  2. I go by that way all the time on my way to Michaels, thought it odd they were closed..My late husband loved there pies and pancakes. I loved him more than that stuff!

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  3. Well, I didn't know they closed. I wish we would get a really cool restaurant now. We need them here.

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