Several drinking and dining establishments in the West Hollywood metro area that closed temporarily as the COVID Omicron variant advanced into L.A. County have re-opened, while others have announced temporary closures for a variety of reasons.
- Revolver and Stache are both back in business after closing their doors last week. Both establishments cited the rise in Omicron infections as their motivation for closing.
- Meanwhile, Kitchen24 pointed to a myriad of problems — “supply chain issues, lack of staffing, holiday requests and increasing COVID cases — that are putting the popular brunch spot on a hiatus. An announcement says it’ll be back in operation “in a few days.”
- Bossa Nova‘s Hollywood location is closed till Jan. 7 while it undergoes a renovation. The WeHo location remains open.
- The Comedy Store is closed New Year’s Day. No reason was given.
- Farm Cup Coffee announced Dec. 22 it would close following a staff member’s COVID infection. No re-opening date has been set.
- Go Get ‘Em Tiger has adjust their hours due to COVID.
- Soulmate has closed and canceled their New Year’s Eve event.