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East Sac's Clark's Corner has closed, Cowtown Eats confirmed in a visit on Thursday evening.

The restaurant, located just a stone's throw from Sac State at 57th & J, has not only closed its doors but covered its windows with newspaper. Its outdoor furniture remained on the patio, though.

Clark's Corner has also taken the unusual step of erasing its digital footprint, taking down its Web site and deleting its Facebook page and Twitter account. A cached version of its Facebook page gave no indication the restaurant was about to close.

20150101_024808000_iOSThe owners left no signage to explain the abrupt closure and calls to the restaurant's phone number went unanswered.

The restaurant had recently hired Stan Moore (formerly of Tuli & Capital Dime) to become its executive chef. In September, the chef did a segment on Good Day Sac about creating the craziest hot dog in the NFL.

The first place I saw the closure reported was by the Sac Bee's Chris Macias on twitter.

If further details become available, I'll share it here.

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