This just in from Qdoba Mexican Grill, a restaurant chain that also announced closures in north Florda on Wednesday:
“We’re sorry to announce that many of our Qdoba Southern California locations will close on Friday, June 28, at 3 p.m. This includes the following locations: Westlake Village, Valencia, Moreno Valley, Redlands, Alhambra, Ontario, Thousand Oaks, West Covina, Simi Valley and Temecula. It has been great serving you, and we thank you for your patronage at these restaurants.
“We’re still serving your Qdoba favorites at our other Southern California locations including Hope St. downtown, Hawthorne, Upland, Duarte and Culver City.
“If you have any questions, please contact Social@Qdoba.com. We look forward to seeing you at one of these nearby locations soon.”
The Valencia restaurant is located at 28295 Newhall Ranch Road.
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