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The Bellwether Closes Its Doors

The Bellwether Closes Its Doors
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STUDIO CITY—A popular restaurant in the San Fernando Valley area, The Bellwether, will be closing for good, the company announced on Wednesday, September 23, as its final day of operation, according to co-owner and executive chef, Ted Hopson and Ann Marie. After five years of operations, the restaurant will permanently close, due to the impact of the Coronavirus, which has caused Hopson serious financial problems, not allowing him to pay his workers and afford rent for the building. Hopson, along with his co-owner, Ann-Marie Verdi, who serves as beverage director, opened The Bellwether in 2015, after they were initially employed together at the Sang Yoon restaurant complex, which included Father’s office and Lukshon. The joint efforts of Hopson and Verdi at The Bellwether earned them a very positive review from Los Angeles Times restaurant critic, Jonathan Gold, who referred to their establishment as having a menu that was “aggressively on-trend,” among other bits of praise. Hopson and Verdi attempted to accommodate their customers with takeout orders, but it was not enough to keep the business afloat. “At this time, we have to announce that the Bellwether will not be reopening. After 5 years of serving our community, there is […]

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