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CONFIRMED: Henry’s Tacos Has Found a New Home

Nearby Studio Sub is closing today, longtime Henry's Tacos employees to take over the space and re-open as soon as mid-March.

It’s Official: Henry’s Tacos Closing Tomorrow

Third-generation Henry's Tacos owner Janis Hood confirms that the 51-year-old roadside taco stand will be closing its doors Saturday, January 12 after being unable to find a resolution to an alleged rent dispute with the property's landlord. While there was a glimmer of hope that new buyers might be found to take over the restaurant, Hood said those deals fell through.

Fate of Henry’s Tacos Still Undecided; Open Through At Least Saturday

The 51-year-old North Hollywood roadside taco stand is still open until at least the 12th. Owner Janis Hood announced they may be moving rather than closing altogether.

The Bruery Closes its Bruery Provisions Tasting Room in Downtown Orange

Orange County's The Bruery announced today that they will be shuttering their popular Bruery Provisions tasting room to focus more on their brewing operations.

More Restaurants Closing: Junior’s Deli, Sierra’s Mexican, and Fraîche

More legendary L.A. restaurants to close, piling onto the recent sad announcements about Henry’s Tacos (maybe?) and La Frite Cafe in Woodland Hills.

Essential T: The Enigmatic Crunchy “Tostado” at Henry’s Tacos

Bill Esparza reflects on Henry's Taco's decidedly Mexican-American "tostado" as the 51-year-old North Hollywood restaurant may close its doors forever.

Henry’s Tacos May Remain Open

51-year-old Henry's Tacos in North Hollywood has a potential buyer, and may be able to stay open after all.

Closing: La Frite Cafe in Woodland Hills

Kitchen Nightmares alum La Frite Cafe in Woodland Hills is shutting down after 40 years of service; the Sherman Oaks outpost will remain open with promises of expansion.

Henry’s Tacos Closing after 51 Years of Business

The owner of the North Hollywood mainstay can't resolve a year-long dispute with landlord.

Savory in Malibu Closes Suddenly

Paul Shoemaker has closed Savory in Malibu effective immediately, citing irreconcilable differences during a “long and hard battle with Point Dume Village Landlord.”