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F. McLintocks' Paso Robles location permanently closes

Owners cite COVID-19 pandemic for closure
Posted at 9:16 PM, Aug 06, 2020

Another local restaurant closes one of its locations, citing the coronavirus pandemic.

The owners of F. McLintocks Saloon and Dining House said they are permanently closing their Paso Robles location because 'the financial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has been too much for us to undertake,' a statement read.

McLintocks has had the Park Street location for 23 years.

In a Facebook post, the owners thanked their customers and neighbors who supported them in the community. "Some truly wonderful people have walked through those doors. We celebrated many birthdays and milestones with so many folks. Thank you for blessing us with your company…those memories will always remain with us," the statement read.

The three other McLintock's locations in San Luis Obispo, Shell Beach and Arroyo Grande will remain open.

A state order has forced restaurants in San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara Counties to close their doors to inside dining. The loss in business has been detrimental to many business owners.