New York’s Bellagio and its sister restaurants, the Cancun Mexican and Red Bank restaurants, are closing their doors.
The New York Times reports that all of the eateries will close on April 28th, the day after Thanksgiving.
This includes the original Bellagios in the Bronx and Harlem, as well as a new location in Queens.
The Times reports the restaurants will have a “significant loss of revenue” and will have to close their doors in “two to three months.”
The NYT reports that there will be “no reopening” of the Bellagiotos.
The NYT also reports that the locations are not likely to reopen “in a timely fashion.”
The original Bellas and Cancuns were two of the first to open in New York City.
There was also a Bellagier in the Dominican Republic and a Red Bank in New Jersey, both of which are now defunct.
Both restaurants are now closed.
According to the NYT, the closures come at a time when New York has a significant number of restaurants that have closed.
This year, the city announced a number of restaurant closures, including several restaurants that had already closed, including the Bellas in the Hamptons, the Red Banks in the Upper East Side, the Harlem Cancuna and the Bellatrix, the new Red Bank location.
All of these closures have led to a decline in New Yorkers dining in New Orleans, according to the Times.
The closures have also led to an increase in visitors to the city, with the Times reporting that “visits to the Bella and Cancers have more than doubled over the past five years, to more than 1 million per month.”
While the closures at the Bells and Canches have been announced, it is unclear if they will continue to open.
The Bellagians in the United States, as of this writing, are closed, but the Canches and Bellatrices will continue opening in the coming weeks.