By All Appearances, Bakersfield in Ohio City is Permanently Closed

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Bakersfield Tacos, a project three years in the making, appears by all outward appearances to be permanently closed. The Ohio City taco and tequila concept, which launched in Cincinnati’s Over-the-Rhine neighborhood in 2012, opened on W. 25th (a block south of Lorain) in 2017.

While attempts to contact the owner have been unsuccessful, the restaurant has been largely cleared out, the location is no longer on the corporate website (which still lists info for Indianapolis, Columbus, Charlotte, Nashville and Pittsburgh), and interested future tenants have been sniffing around the premises.



Current odds on the next restaurant being a taco-themed eatery currently stand at 60-40 in favor. 

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