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Fatty's up For Sale

The asking price for Eagle Rock's legendary vegan restaurant is $2.4 million.

Nearly nine months after it reopened in September 2011—following a nine-month "creative hiatus" for co-owners Kim Dingle and Aude Charles—Fatty's is up for sale. According to Eater, the L.A.-based food blog, the 5,000-square-foot dining and patio space on Colorado Boulevard that ranks among the finest in the Southland, is on the market for $2.4 million.

Click here to read the full Eater report and view the pdf file to your right for real estate details about the restaurant.

And click here to see our topic page about Fatty's—it has all our past articles about this vegan paradise, which has more elegance and mystique packed into one of its appetizers than a gourmet restaurant is capable of infusing into a signature dish.

EagleRockMom July 04, 2012 at 03:59 PM
Bummer. I never did get a chance to eat there and it isn't for lack of trying. They were always closed. :-(
Marcus July 04, 2012 at 04:31 PM
Loved the people, the location and the vibe, but never thought the menu was great. Some good food, but not on my top list. Still it was veggie and that was a cool addition to Eagle Rock. I hope the new owners are restauranters and we get a Sunday brunch menu back.
geoduck July 05, 2012 at 02:16 PM
I think it's so funny that people say they're never open - dinner, Thursday - Sunday. Casa Bianca has similarly weird hours and it doesn't seem to hang anybody up. Ah well, I think Fatty's best days are behind them, but I'm sad to see them go. We live just up the street and I think they brought a great vibe to the neighborhood on the weekends. Always great to hear the laughter from the patio. Curious and a little nervous to see what goes in next.
Jonathon July 05, 2012 at 03:52 PM
Stapps Auto can get their old diggs back
Catherine Curtis July 05, 2012 at 04:25 PM
We drive to Eagle Rock from Claremont to eat at Fatty's. Love the menu, the staff, the location, the wine list, the little tivoli lights, and the whole vibe. Our only complaint is mssing the lavendar martini's that were on the pre-hiatus menu. Hope someone with a similar approach buys it and continues this unique and marvelous labor of love.
Joan Stevens July 05, 2012 at 08:46 PM
Perhaps combined with the hiatus it always seemed that when I wanted to go they weren't open. I loved the menu and really enjoyed the place. Really loved the patio when it was open. I can't imagine that anyone could have been successful with only dinner and only Th-Sun. I'm sorry to see them go but hope whoever buys it keeps the same upscale vegetarian vibe but open more often - brunch please!.

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