Café Coeur will close “for awhile” on Sept. 29
Six months after opening, the owners of Café Coeur announced yesterday, Sept. 26, that they will close the restaurant indefinitely starting Sunday, Sept. 29.
The post did not give a specific reason for the closure nor a timeline for reopening. Co-owner Moshe Plotnik did not return request for comment.
Café Coeur, which opened in April 7 at 10477 Old Olive Street Road, is a kosher Japanese-Italian fusion restaurant known for their pizza and sushi.
Adam Rothbarth is a staff writer at Sauce Magazine.
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