Bellevue restaurant evicted by landlord
It looks like the Bellevue restaurant in Kensington has served its last meal. This popular brunch spot at the corner of Bellevue and Nassau was slapped with an eviction notice this week for non-payment of rent. This follows an extended closure for the restaurant - one that was only expected to last until the Spring.
In December the owners of the Bellevue informed their customers that the restaurant was going to expand and that they were going to be back in business by the time warm weather returned - good news because of the spot's killer street-side patio. But, alas, it doesn't look like these plans are going to come to fruition based on the turn of events this week.
We reached out to the Bellevue for comment but have not heard back. Their Twitter has not been updated since December. Here's a copy of the eviction notice:
UPDATE: Bellevue may not be deadpool yet. Chris Dardarian from the Bellevue reached out to us this afternoon with the following statement:
The eviction notice was posted by our landlord as a result of a dispute between us and our landlord. It has since been resolved and you'll notice the sign is no longer posted. The expansion plans that were announced at the end of December are still underway.
Thanks to Matt Cahill for the tip.