Anatolian Table Turkish Bistro, located at 24th & K across the street from Golden Bear, closed at the end of November, it announced on its Facebook Page.
TO ALL OUR VALUED CUSTOMERS
THE STAFF AND MANAGEMENT OF ANATOLIAN TABLE TURKISH BISTRO WOULD LIKE TO INFORM YOU
THAT ANATOLIAN TABLE SACRAMENTO LOCATION WILL BE CLOSING ON DECEMBER 1ST.
OUR LAST DAY WILL BE NOVEMBER 29 SUNDAY.
WE WOULD LIKE TO THANK YOU ALL FOR YOUR SUPPORT AND PATRONAGE OVER 2 ½ YEARS
WE WILL CONTINUE YOU SERVE TURKISH CUISINE AT OUR NEW BIGGER ROCKLIN LOCATION
6504 LONETREE BLVD
TEL: 916 772 3020
WE HOPE TO SEE YOU SOON IN ROCKLIN LOCATION.
The Rocklin location at 6504 Lonetree Blvd. just opened on July 3. Previously, the restaurant was located three blocks away at 6815 Lonetree Blvd. The switch was made for a "bigger and standalone" building.
* Photo via their Facebook page.
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