Sep. 6—Diners no longer can enjoy Mexican food at Sombreros in Aiken.
The restaurant is "permanently closed," according to information posted online and a written message on a glass door at the eatery.
"Sorry for the inconvenience," the message also states.
Late last year, the eatery began offering a buffet that was available at lunch and dinner.
The offerings varied and included enchiladas and burritos for lunch and shrimp, ribs and chimichangas for dinner.
Sombrero's was at 1695 Richland Ave. E., Suite 120.
There no longer is a page for the restaurant on Facebook.
Jameson McDubby's, an Irish pub in downtown Aiken, is scheduled to shut down Saturday because "being stretched so thin with multiple businesses has put a great strain on our families and the Pub," according to a message posted on the business's Facebook page.
Marty Dubber and James Anderson launched Jameson McDubby's last summer.
Fuse, a downtown Aiken restaurant, closed last month.
The eatery was "just a very thirsty beast that ran through resources at a rate that was faster than we could keep up with," wrote Fuse's chef and co-owner, Chris Najmola, on Messenger in response to an Aiken Standard inquiry about the restaurant's demise.