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Joe’s Announces it’s time to Go

12:45am

In a heartfelt email message to those on the Joe’s Restaurant mailing list, Chef Joseph Miller announced today that that yet another of Venice’s OG’s will be departing Abbot Kinney Blvd.

Goodbye Letter from Joe's Abbot Kinney

With this Valentine’s Day being  last day of business at Joe’s Restaurant there is sure to be a whole lotta love pouring out to the place that has been on Abbot Kinney for almost a quarter of a century.

Tonight  La Fiesta Brava on Rose Ave., will host a their last farewell, and Roosterfish announced this week that they, just like Hal’s and now Joe’s, will soon be ending their run on Abbot Kinney.

Many locals have been left reeling over the news  that more and more Venice institutions are closing their doors.

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