Paid in Full, the Japanese street food restaurant near Rhodes Ranch, serves its last takoyaki and mapo tofu Frito pies tonight. The restaurant on the Eater 38 posted the news on Facebook.
“Paid In Full will be closing it’s doors for good at the end of service on Tuesday April 30. We have been made an offer on our current location and will take this time to re-evaluate and find a better location that fits our style. We would like to thank all of you that came out and supported us over the past year and a half. We wanted to do something different and have some fun. Come out on Tuesday for a final takoyaki or frito pie and some drink specials!!”
The restaurant that opened in September 2017 features tributes to rap heroes Run DMC on its walls, a shout-out to Eric B. & Rakim for providing its name, and a house “drank” dubbed “Wu-tang punch.” Paid in Full’s co-owners and chefs Jason Olson and Michael Plourdeco dish out some fairly cheap eats on an ever-changing menu that includes udon fries served animal style, karaage, sweetbread katsu, and takoyaki options such as octopus, escargot, and smoked salmon.
Get one last look of the bathroom with its own disco ball and unicorn before it closes for good.
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