ST. LOUIS — Another Central West End establishment is closing its doors.

West End Grill & Pub announced on Facebook Tuesday night that it’s last day will be Saturday, Jan. 12.

“We’d like to invite you in to bid us farewell any night between now and then. Thank you for being such a wonderful part of our lives, and I’m sure we’ll see many of you in the future!” the restaurant wrote in its announcement.

The space won’t stay empty though.

The restaurant is being sold to a new ownership group. It should be finalized in the next few weeks. The new owners want to stay anonymous in the meantime.

The new group will reopen with a new name, an updated look and a new menu “created by an enormously talented chef-owner,” West End Grill added.

The restaurant encouraged CWE regulars and residents to welcome the changes.

“The future looks very bright for this part of the CWE, and we urge you to show the new operators the same love and loyalty you were kind enough to share with us for the last ten years,” the West End Grill wrote on Facebook.

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The West End Grill is the latest business to close in the Central West End.

Mandarin Lounge announced its last day will be Friday, Jan. 18. Last October, the much-loved, 24/7 shop Coffee Cartel brewed its last cup, citing a decline in sales.

Several other bars have recently closed in the St. Louis area, including Beale on Broadway, Wild Country and two bars along Historic Main Street in St. Charles.