MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The co-owner of Popol Vuh, a northeast Minneapolis restaurant known for its fine-dining Mexican cuisine, has announced its closure.

Jami Olson in a Facebook post Monday, confirmed that her and co-owner José Alarcon have made the decision to not reopen Popul Vuh.

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Olson noted how difficult the decision to close was and how grateful she is for all “who helped create the magic.”

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“We are so proud of what it was, and all the awards and accolades that José got for his beautiful food. But as a destination restaurant, when people really aren’t going out for that kind of dining, we needed to face the situation,” said Olson in an interview with MSP Magazine.

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Olson and Alarcon say their more casual dining, Centro, will remain open for business.