MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Another restaurant is reportedly closing in Minneapolis after many years as an Uptown neighborhood staple.

According to the Minneapolis-St. Paul Business Journal, Chiang Mai Thai will close on Dec. 23 following 17 years in Calhoun Square.

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The owner opted not to extend the restaurant’s lease for another five years, the journal reported.

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Earlier this fall, established Minneapolis powerhouses La Belle Vie and Vincent A Restaurant announced they would be closing as well.

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Chiang Mai Thai’s owner, Charles Lodge, will still be a partner for Ginger Hop and Honey Mpls. in the Northeast neighborhood, the journal reported.