Iconic Bay Area restaurant to close after 46 years of business
One of the Bay Area’s oldest, most iconic restaurants has announced that it has permanently closed down. The shock announcement was made by Dino’s on their Facebook account. Here, they paid respect to their customers over the years but not did state an official reason for closing.
The statement read: ‘Dear, valued customers, after 46 wonderful years, serving our community, it is with mixed emotions that we announce the closure of our beloved Restaurant. We want to express our deepest gratitude for your loyal patronage throughout the years. Thank you for being an integral part of our journey. While the doors to our restaurant may be closing, the cherished moments and connections made will forever remain in our hearts.’
Unsurprisingly, this led to hundreds of comments from locals who gave their compliments to the institution. Not only was Dino’s known for its food but was also strongly tied with the local community as it sponsored various local school teams through the decades.
Dino’s Restaurant is a family-owned Italian and American restaurant located in Castro Valley, California. It’s been around since the 1960s and has become a local favorite for its comfort food, friendly service, and old-school vibe. The menu features a variety of classic Italian dishes, such as pasta, pizza, and seafood, as well as American classics like burgers and steaks.