Club Pheasant Restaurant in West Sacramento to close at end of the year

Club Pheasant Restaurant in West Sacramento to close at end of the year

A West Sacramento restaurant in business for 87 years and known for its ravioli has announced that it plans to close its doors at the end of 2022. Club Pheasant said on its website that the Palamidessi family-owned restaurant had “made the tough decision” to close and that “to say it’s been an honor being a part of your lives the past 87 years would be an understatement.” The businesses did not cite a specific reason for the closure but said “the last few years have been tough for many people and businesses.” “Life is short, and although being able to serve you and your families has been one of our life’s biggest blessings, we realize it’s time to retire and give time to our own families as well,” the message said. The restaurant thanked customers and staff and said that while it anticipated closing at the end of the year, “nothing is known beyond that.” The building where Club Pheasant is located was built in 1912. Many of the dining rooms as well as the bar and its kitchen are still part of the original building, according to the restaurant’s website. | VIDEO BELOW | A look at Club Pheasant’s history Founder Luisa Palamidessi purchased the building and surrounding land, which Palamidessi farmed, in 1935. The restaurant was first called the Hideaway Cafe before it changed its name. Four generations of the family have helped to run the restaurant, which serves Italian and American food. It makes more than 10,000 ravioli weekly, according to its website. | VIDEO BELOW | See ravioli get pumped out in West Sacramento

A West Sacramento restaurant in business for 87 years and known for its ravioli has announced that it plans to close its doors at the end of 2022.

Club Pheasant said on its website that the Palamidessi family-owned restaurant had “made the tough decision” to close and that “to say it’s been an honor being a part of your lives the past 87 years would be an understatement.”

The businesses did not cite a specific reason for the closure but said “the last few years have been tough for many people and businesses.”

“Life is short, and although being able to serve you and your families has been one of our life’s biggest blessings, we realize it’s time to retire and give time to our own families as well,” the message said.

The restaurant thanked customers and staff and said that while it anticipated closing at the end of the year, “nothing is known beyond that.”

The building where Club Pheasant is located was built in 1912. Many of the dining rooms as well as the bar and its kitchen are still part of the original building, according to the restaurant’s website.

| VIDEO BELOW | A look at Club Pheasant’s history

Founder Luisa Palamidessi purchased the building and surrounding land, which Palamidessi farmed, in 1935. The restaurant was first called the Hideaway Cafe before it changed its name.

Four generations of the family have helped to run the restaurant, which serves Italian and American food. It makes more than 10,000 ravioli weekly, according to its website.

| VIDEO BELOW | See ravioli get pumped out in West Sacramento

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