Local activists and residents will protest the city’s decision to evict family-owned Mexican restaurant La Fiesta Brava, and grant development permits for a large-scale bar and restaurant.
The restaurant on 425 Rose Ave., in Venice was given notice of a change in use back in April this year. The community has since rallied behind them.
At one point even Bruce Horwitz, the man behind the new bar and restaurant development on Rose, stepped in to try and help arrange a new Venice location for La Fiesta Brava in the old Brickhouse spot at 826 Hampton Dr. This has since become the third westside location for restaurant Tacos Por Favor.
Those against the city’s eviction decision will meet at the restaurant at 10am today.
Read the entire La Fiesta Brava Saga here.