Stache WeHo is Closing Temporarily Due to COVID Concerns

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Stache WeHo - Photo by Paulo Murillo for WEHO TIMES

Stache WeHo Restaurant and Bar announced this morning via its social media platforms that they will be closing temporarily “out of an abundance of caution due to the recent increase in COVID-19 cases across the country, and in order to keep our community, team, and their families safe this holiday season…” It will be closed until December 29th according to the post as the country awaits President Joe Biden’s address to the nation this Tuesday regarding the Omicron variant.

Los Angeles County reported 3,360 new cases of COVID-19 Friday, December 17, the highest number in months. The County also reported 27 additional coronavirus deaths and eight more cases of the Omicron variant.

Stache WeHo’s full statement is below:

Out of an abundance of caution due to the recent increase in COVID-19 cases across the country, and in order to keep our community, team, and their families safe this holiday season; we will be closing effective immediately until Wednesday, December 29th. As we await President Biden’s address to the nation this Tuesday regarding the Omicron variant, we will be strengthening our already strong COVID-19 protocols so we can continue to safely serve the City of West Hollywood.

We thank you for your support as we continue to navigate these complicated times. Get tested. Get vaxxed. Get boosted. And Mask Up. Click the link in our bio for testing and vaccination sites around the Los Angeles and West Hollywood areas.

We have a surprise for your New Year’s Eve! Stay tuned! Happy Holidays and we will see you all next week!

Love,
The Stache Family

#getvaccinated #supportsmallbusiness #lgbt #stacheweho #eatdrinkboogie #seeyouatstache #safetyfirst #weho #wehocity #wehonightlife #happyholidays”

Stache WeHo is known for its fully plant-based menu, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. The nightclub portion offers live entertainment like drag queen bingo, drag shows, karaoke and brunch on the weekends.

Located at 8941 Santa Monica Blvd the restaurant and bar had a soft opening on Wednesday, September 1st for limited dinner hours, and then officially opened on Wednesday, September 8th.

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JF1
JF1
1 month ago

I think it’s more because the crowd they’re drawing in each week is not what they expected. I think when they re-open they should change up the atmosphere a little bit -dump the drag shows (which everybody’s already doing) play music more in line with the age group they wanted to pay homage to and perhaps they’ll get more of the crowd in there that they were hoping for (and that won’t destroy the place each week).

TomSmart
TomSmart
1 month ago

Seems very odd to me. They are SO a concerned but already know they will be ok to reopen NYE???? Ridiculous