Adiós. It lasted only six months.
First the windows were covered with brown butcher paper and the sign on the door read: "Closed for commercial filming." But, by Thursday the sign was down. The butcher paper was down. And the neon sign on the roof was down.
The Lone Star Burger Ranch at 20419 Devonshire St. decided to vamoose.
Located in the completely remodeled former Chatsworth Denny's, the gourmet burger joint with Texas decor faced problems from opening day.
Although the tasty, well-textured burgers were infused with flavors ranging from steak sauce to Italian dressing, or Worcestershire or Texas BBQ sauce, Patch readers complained online about employee working conditions as well as business practices at the owner's magazine operation. The owner could not be reached for comment.
Now, the location which once also housed a Love's Barbecue, known for their baked beans, and later a Scoby's with their famous fried chicken, is empty again.
And there's a For Lease sign in the window.