Breaking News: Rock’N Fish’s closure in Laguna Beach

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November 11, 2014

Below is an open letter from the owners of Rock’N Fish Laguna Beach who closed their doors yesterday for the last time.

Friends and Family,

Rock’N FishWith great sadness we are announcing Rock’N Fish’s closure in Laguna Beach. We have developed many friendships and loyal customers for nearly 4 years and find this to be a very difficult decision. We want to sincerely thank all those that have supported us and allowed us to serve them great food, wine and libations. We have always strived to hold a commitment to serve only the finest food, wine, beer and spirits to our guests. Unfortunately, the economics of the location just do not enable us to continue operations here.

We are forever thankful to this fabulous community and grateful for the “open arms” support that we have received from all of you.

We invite you to visit our other Rock’N Fish locations in Manhattan Beach and Downtown Los Angeles at L.A. Live.

From all of us at Rock’N Fish, we thank you.

Originally Posted at: http://www.rocknfishrestaurants.com/htm/lb/home.shtml

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  1. The entire east strip of PCH from Cleo to Park is a business graveyard due to unsustainable high rents. Mosuns, katsuya, the Mexican place, endless boutiques and shirt shops fail yearly in an endless cycle.

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