1923 Restaurant Group COVID-19 Statement
“When the survival of adversity becomes a shared achievement, it can have even more profound effects” – Malcom Gladwell
Since 1923, our restaurant group has existed to serve you: our friends, our public, our heart. We’ve refilled your margaritas, we’ve dished up the freshest fish and finest steaks in Southern California. After much deliberation and thoughts in regards to this national emergency, and for the safety of our employees we’ve had for decades, we have decided to close our doors until at least April 1st. There are a lot of unknowns for you and for us … but as Americans, and as a community, we’ll get through and we will persevere.
We will continue to keep you briefed via social media and through our El Cholo, Cannery and Louie’s websites on the updates on when our doors are back open. We WANT to see you then and look forward to that time. We’re working on plans to donate our non-perishable goods to local food banks and charities and we’re assisting our employees through this time as much as possible.
To our friends and diners, we issue you this warm and thoughtful prayer for your health and safety – we’ll see you soon!