Clyde, which replaced Le Central, closes just nine months after opening

Clyde quietly closed up for good over the weekend at 112 E. Eighth Avenue.

Clyde quietly closed up for good over the weekend at 112 E. Eighth Avenue, just nine months after it took over the former home of longtime Denver favorite Le Central.

The wine bar and restaurant served its last meals on Aug. 19, Eater reports, and will be selling its remaining retail inventory at discounts on Tuesday.

Owners Christopher Fehlinger and Jon Lipshutz, who named the restaurant after their French bulldog, made the announcement in an email to family and friends, writing, “We really gave it out best.”

There were no further details about the closing. The email said more information would be shared on the restaurant’s Facebook page over the weekend, but there was no post regarding the closing as of Monday morning.

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