Gloria’s Latin Cuisine closed its downtown location after 10 years on May 23. The property management company that owns the space at 300 W. Sixth St., Ste. 100, Austin, has new plans for the site and did not renew Gloria’s lease, according to the restaurant. The chain will still serve its Salvadoran and Tex-Mex cuisine at its Domain location and 21 other locations throughout the state.

The House, formerly known as Russian House, closed in June. The restaurant changed its name earlier this year in support of Ukraine. The location was scheduled to be demolished after the property owners sold the building. Previously, the owners of The House stated they would look for a new location in Austin, but in June they posted a notice on social media that they were closing due to unforeseen circumstance. The restaurant was close to its 10-year anniversary.

Sweet Ritual, an Austin-based all vegan ice cream shop, is closed after 10 and a half years. The shop was located on 4631 Airport Blvd., Ste. 125, Austin. The owner, Amelia Raley, said in an Instagram post she is closing due to the pandemic, food shortages and other personal reasons.

Tesoros Trading Co, located at 1500 S. Congress Ave., Austin, is closing after 33 years. The owners said in an Instagram post that they will be closing due to retirement. Tesoros is an import store selling a variety of Peruvian, Indian and Day of the Dead items, as well as other international goods, including furniture, art, jewelry and clothing. The store will officially close June 25. 512-447-7500.

On June 17, the owners of Texas French Bread announced they would not reopen their 2900 Rio Grande St., Austin, location after it burned down in January. The restaurant has been operating since 1981. Owner Murph Wilcott said it was not financially feasible to repair the building. However, Wilcott said the bakery has signed a lease for kitchen space at Prep ATX, a ghost kitchen in northeast Austin, and hope they will be able to sell products at farmers markets and wholesale by mid-July. The company also purchased 2904 Rio Grande St., Austin, where they plan to stage a food trailer and offer outside dining.