Circadia Now Closed

Wow... that was fast
| Updated: November 27, 2018
 
 
Empty... for now?

I feel compelled to let you know—since just two weeks ago I wrote of their menu changes and new emphasis on approachability—that glitzy downtown restaurant Circadia has closed. It wasn’t yet six months old.

From the restaurant’s Facebook page:

“Thank you for visiting CIRCADIA. We are currently closed for business while we ponder our next chapter.
Heartfelt thanks to all our loyal patrons and supporters, it’s been a pleasure serving you.
Please stay tuned as we embark on our next adventure.”

Hopefully this doesn’t mean that gorgeous space will sit vacant now, but I honestly don’t know what to think at this point. Follow along on their Facebook page for further updates. 

 

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