If you have never dined here, there is no time to waste. The Tribune-Review reports that the restaurant will close at the end of January 2017 as its lease was not renewed by Stone Kim Properties, the owner of the building. The restaurant's owner, Deborah Driggers, offered to buy the station from the Westmoreland Cultural Trust last year for $800,000 after putting $500,000 into the restaurant. The Trust declined her offer, choosing instead to sell it to Stone Kim Properties for just $525,000. I'm sure it's just a coincidence that the developer sits on the board of the Cultural Trust.
The restaurant has an imaginative menu, great service, and of course a primo location. It will be missed.