I get why it's closing, it was overpriced for the neighborhood (esp for dinner, we loved their brunch) but I don't get why the owners just didn't adapt their sister restaurant, Square One... I mean if we had Square One in that space and they served dinner, it would have done extremely well. Anyone in the hood have any thoughts or insights on this? And does anyone know what's going in that space? (I heard it's not Ramen wh was earlier reported).