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Ye Coach and Horses Will Close for Good in November

Inside Ye Coach and Horses (Photo by Zach Behrens/LAist)
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Whoa, Nelly: A beloved Sunset Boulevard watering hole has announced they will close their doors for good come November.

Ye Coach and Horses has been a staple in Hollywood for 74 years. Despite hopes to be able to pass the reins onto new ownership or to work things out with their landlord, the beloved bar's owner, 85-year-old Jane Grant, will shut the place down on November 15th.

"So the final extension was granted and we WILL BE OPEN TILL Nov. 15th..then that's it folks. Stay tuned for info on a possible blowout party. Let's drink it up in the meantime ;-)," they posted yesterday to their Facebook page. Facebook has become an online destination for Coach and Horses enthusiasts to voice their support for the bar in droves after word of the bar's eviction made the media rounds.

Go hoist a pink at Ye Coach and Horses, then, while you still can, and help give her a fitting send-off.