Today is the late day of service for Chow Danville, which has had a 10-year run at the Iron Horse Plaza.
The restaurant was part of Tony Gulisano’s San Francisco-born Chow group, known for serving family-friendly, seasonal fare at reasonable prices.
No details were offered on the reason for the closing. A note on the Bay Area chain’s website said:
“After a decade here on Railroad Avenue, we have made the decision to close our doors. We have truly enjoyed being a part of this community, and to have had the chance to be a part of your lives.
“This isn’t goodbye – we look forward to seeing you again soon in Lafayette, where you will find the same great menu, and a lot of familiar faces. You can also visit us in Oakland, at our newest location on Piedmont Avenue, or at our very first location on Church Street in San Francisco.
“Thank you so much for ten great years. We truly love having had the opportunity to feed you all, and are forever grateful.”
The closing comes a few months after the shutdown of Park Chow in San Francisco, which had been in business in the inner Sunset for 20 years.
After 10 years, Chow Danville closing its doors