4 recently closed Chandler businesses

Mezquite's Cafe is one of four businesses that have recently closed in Chandler. (Alexa D'Angelo/Community Impact Newspaper)
Mezquite's Cafe is one of four businesses that have recently closed in Chandler. (Alexa D'Angelo/Community Impact Newspaper)

Mezquite's Cafe is one of four businesses that have recently closed in Chandler. (Alexa D'Angelo/Community Impact Newspaper)

Here are four businesses that have recently closed in Chandler:

  • Desert Cider House, Arizona’s oldest operating craft cidery, permanently closed its doors Sept. 17. Business owners cited economic reasons related to COVID-19 as the reason for the closure in a Facebook post. The cider house was located at 284 E. Chilton Drive, Ste. 8, in Chandler. 480-292-3020. http://desertciderhouse.com/

  • Mezquite’s Cafe, a Mexican restaurant, closed its doors in Chandler this year. The restaurant had been open less than a year at the time it closed. The restaurant was located at 444 E. Chandler Blvd., Ste. 1, in Chandler.

  • Purge, Love and Peace Rage Rooms has closed its location in downtown Chandler. The business was a place where people could smash and destroy things to release tension and stress. The business was located at 106 S. Oregon St. in Chandler. 480-857-0022. https://purgelovepeaceragerooms.com

  • The Ivy, a Mediterranean restaurant and wine bar, has announced it will permanently close its doors. The owners cited ongoing financial issues related to COVID-19 as the reason for closure. The restaurant had been in business five years. The restaurant was located at 1890 W. Germann Road in Chandler. 480-699-6189. www.theivyaz.com



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