STUDIO CITY, CA (FOX 11) - The landmark restaurant in Studio City is closing its doors as of January 1st.
The longtime diner opened the Studio City location in 1948. This expansion was the first after Du-par's debuted at the Original Farmer's market in 1938.
Du-par's says that they will be back in Studio City at some point, with a whole new location, but so far they don't have a line on exactly when or where that will take place.
Rumor has it that Sephora will take over the spot on Ventura Boulevard, but no confirmation on that just yet.
For now this location of Du-par's is running 24 hours a day until the closure so you can enjoy the buttermilk pancakes, boysenberry syrup, bacon and eggs and mouthwatering lattice-crust pies.