Tudor House In Santa Monica To Close

OWNERS OF Tudor House, in Santa Monica, Calfornia, Steve and Teresa Dulley, informed the Union Jack that they would be closing down the popular restaurant/store on Second Street.

The notice from the Dulleys stated:

“We are very aware of the impact on our customers and staff and so cognizant of the fact that Tudor House is indeed an institution in Santa Monica. Unfortunately the recession became the beginning of the end. We made every effort to help Tudor House sustain itself including opening for dinner but were unsuccessful in this endeavour.”

The economy was cited as the cause, and the couple pointed out that many of their customers had been unable to support them in the way that they would like and coupled with rising rents these circumstances led them to the “unhappy decision”.

The Dulley’s added:

“We are very grateful to you all for your past patronage and hope you will come and visit before we close completely so that we can say our thanks and goodbyes in person.”



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