Rezagarse Tapas temporarily closed

Posted by Dena Mellick October 29, 2015
Rezagarse Tapas restaurant on Sycamore Place in Decatur. Photo by Dena Mellick

Rezagarse Tapas restaurant on Sycamore Place in Decatur. Photo by Dena Mellick

Decaturish readers have been asking us what is going on with Rezagarse Tapas restaurant in Decatur.

Decaturish has contacted the restaurant, but has not received a response, so a reporter dropped by the restaurant Thursday afternoon. A sign on the door of the restaurant says, “Temporarily Closed, We apologize for any inconvenience.”

A sign on the door of Rezagarse restaurant in Decatur says it is temporarily closed. Photo by Dena Mellick

A sign on the door of Rezagarse restaurant in Decatur says it is temporarily closed. Photo by Dena Mellick

However, through the window, the restaurant seemed intact with tables and chairs in place and the order computer screen saver on.

The tapas restaurant opened over the summer in the space formerly occupied by Carpe Diem restaurant at 105 Sycamore Place. The restaurant initially did not have a website or Facebook page, but created both later. Decaturish learned of the restaurant’s opening after the Decatur Visitor Center posted a photo on Instagram.

It’s not clear how long Rezagarse has been temporarily closed or when it will reopen, if at all. It appears, based on social media posts, that the restaurant was still in business earlier in October.

However, the restaurant phone number has been temporarily disconnected, and people have been posting messages on the Facebook page asking when it would reopen.

Decaturish will update this story if we get a response from restaurant representatives.

About Dena Mellick

Dena Mellick is the Associate Editor of Decaturish.com.

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  • LAL

    Hmmm. I never made it there and I’m pretty sure that one of the reasons is that they had no web presence when they opened. Initially, I tried to find out about their menu and hours, but didn’t find anything online and promptly forgot they were even open. Hope they haven’t closed permanently.

    • Steve Vogel

      Yeah, their opening was about as soft as you can get. No website, no FB page, no other publicity. It’s not in a location that one would just happen to be passing by. Not sure how they expected to build a clientele.

  • Jason

    My wife and I tried to eat there for dinner on Saturday the 10th and they had a sign up that they were closed due having no water.

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