d'Sozo is no more, but head chef Miguel Larcher has taken over the restaurant. He's changed the name to Miguel's Eat-In Cafe, and he plans to relocate it eventually.Perhaps the New Year forced some restaurants to take a hard look at how their businesses were doing. Suddenly, news of closings are everywhere. A quick roundup:
And the Wiener Is, 2322 E. Douglas: I told you about this one yesterday. That place has vanished into thin air. The building shows no signs the restaurant was ever there.
Sloppy Joe's, 803 N. West St. After six months in business, Sloppy Joe's, the tiny restaurant that specialized in the messy sandwich, has closed.
Whiskey Creek Wood Fire Grill, 233 N. Mosley: I wondered for years how this chain in Old Town was hanging on. It isn’t any more.
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Imbiss Grille, 315 N. Mead: I also wondered how this German restaurant made it, though it kept making it and making it. Now, it’s closed, and businessman Chris Fincher plans to open Todd Brians Brick Street Cafe & Tavern in the space in February.
Speedy Burger, 3090 W. 13th St. N.: This burger joint, which reopened in February after a car crashed into it, has apparently been closed for a couple of months.
d'Sozo, 1812 S. Seneca: The vegan restaurant isn't closed, per se, but chef Miguel Larcher recently took it over and changed the name to Miguel's Eat-In Cafe. He'll continue to operate at the space with the same hours — 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sundays through Fridays — until he finds a new location.
Know of any other sudden closures I’m missing? E-mail me.