Fremont’s Red Door to close in March

After 31 years in Fremont, Red Door has announced it will close permanently in March.

The owners posted the announcement on their Facebook page yesterday, saying they’re closing at the end of their current lease.

“We take our stewardship of this historic building and business seriously, but we just aren’t able to make it work financially,” owners Pete and Emily wrote. Staff were notified prior to making the news public.

Their last day of service will be Sunday, March 8.

Photo: Red Door on Facebook

6 thoughts to “Fremont’s Red Door to close in March”

  1. I’m going to miss this place. I used to come to the board game night here on Monday evenings. The staff were pleasant and the food was always good.

      1. Yes, and therefor she can do what she feels necessary to do. Perhaps the costs are outdoing the experiences? Many are very polite and won’t give you their true thoughts on all the compliance/conformity. What if doing business is just too much of a hassle these days? Perhaps the building needs a lot of work? Like there aren’t a bazillion other places to go.

  2. I’m sad to hear they’re closing. I used to go there in the late 1980’s. Decent food, fair to tasty beer, and the old building was always cool. I’ve only been in the current one once. The old location was very attractive, and I still miss it if I drive by.

  3. The Fremont Red Door is closing at the end of March. The restaurant,and staff was very nice.He has been replaced by chef and owner Danny Kahwajy, formerly of the Slow Club and Barrio Cafe.The menu will feature French-inspired dishes with a focus on local ingredients, including grass-fed beef from nearby farms. In order to know why payment block in casino I will read article so that I could find the best solution for it.

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