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Blue Palms Brew House in Peril Thanks to Music Box Closure

Blue Palms Brew House (via Facebook)
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The Music Box at the Henry Fonda closing isn't just affecting music fans in Los Angeles, it's also putting the tenure of the Blue Palms Brewhouse in peril, since they are housed within the venue. It seems what forced the venue to close was the landlord losing the lease, and now the popular Hollywood eatery with a great beer list may be in jeopardy."We are trying everything in our power to remain open so that we may continue providing the community with great food and beer. Thank you all for the support," they posted this afternoon on Facebook.

Blue Palms elaborates, again via Facebook:

To all our Fans, In light of our landlord losing their lease, we are in middle of the fallout. WE are working very hard to work directly with the owner to resolve. The Blue Palms is a small company and in the world of sterile business, we are pawns. Please stay tuned, we love you guys and we are doing our best to convince the owners of our worth. Please help us in posting your support and we hope to keep you posted.

So far it's not clear what kind of support would be most helpful to the restaurant and bar as they work this out.