Bishop Arts District: Grill 400 closed

First it was called Grill Four Hundred; then it closed and new ownership reopened it as Grill 400; then it closed and reopened as Grill 4Hundred

Whatever incarnation of the Bishop Arts District restaurant you are most familiar with, it’s no more — again. Grill 4Hundred has closed its doors. Signs in the restaurant’s windows say it is closed for repairs, but "Overheard in the ‘Hood" columnist Rob Shearer just ran into one of the owners, who confirmed to him: "We’re done." Sadly, Shearer sighed, "it happens to the best of them."

With this third and possibly final closure, it may really be the end of Grill 4Hundred (Four Hundred, 400) — I don’t think there are any other ways to configure its name.

By |2008-10-05T12:01:00-05:00October 5th, 2008|Business, News|Comments Off on Bishop Arts District: Grill 400 closed

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