Cuisine concerns

This just in from reader Brendan:

“I noticed worrisome signs at two restaurants in the De La Vina shopping center (home to Bargain Market, Jensen’s Guitar, etc.). New Si Chuan Garden has been dark for several days, and a note on the door from the gas company indicated the “new occupant” should sign up for gas service. Not a good sign. Meanwhile, next door at Santa Barbara Wood Fire Pizza, all the kitchen equipment has been shoved to one side and you can see unclaimed mail on the floor. Also not a good sign. Fingers crossed that these closures are temporary but I don’t have a good feeling. . .”

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2 Responses to Cuisine concerns

  1. G says:

    I was told by an employee in the shopping center that there is a new owner @SB wood fire pizza. They are installing a new oven, and will re-open in a similar format soon.

  2. Elizabeth says:

    Tried calling a few times throughout the week for take-out from New Si Chuan Restaurant and there was no answer. They had the best chicken wonton soup. Probably closed permanently?

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