P.F. Chang’s in Walnut Creek to Close Permanently June 23rd

If you’ve had the pleasure of dining in Walnut Creek, California’s Broadway Plaza over the last several years, chances are you’ve stepped foot in the highly regarded P.F. Chang’s. Sadly, we’re here to share the news that P.F. Chang’s in Walnut Creek will be permanently closing its doors.

The restaurant, known for its unique blend of Asian and American dining, has been an esteemed dining destination for Walnut Creek locals and visitors alike. However, after years of service, its last day will be June 23rd. It’s a sobering development, indeed, but one that emphasizes the ever-changing nature of the food and restaurant industry.

So far, no official word has been given on the reason for the closure. This news was confirmed by The Bay Area Telegraph, as we spoke to the store earlier today. The announcement has resonated through the region via social media, with many expressing their sadness and disbelief.

As P.F. Chang’s prepares for its final days at Broadway Plaza, it’s an opportune time for patrons to visit the establishment one last time. It’s a chance to taste your favorite dish once more, or perhaps try something new for the first time, all while creating one last memory at this beloved Walnut Creek restaurant.

While P.F. Chang’s in Walnut Creek may be closing, the spirit of the restaurant will live on through the memories it created, especially for families who enjoyed the casual atmosphere.

As we say goodbye to P.F. Chang’s, we also thank them for the years of service and for enhancing our culinary experiences in Walnut Creek. It will truly be missed. So let’s raise a glass, or rather, a chopstick, to P.F. Chang’s in Walnut Creek. Farewell, and thank you.

Thomas Smith

Thomas Smith is a food and travel photographer and writer based in the San Francisco Bay Area. His photographic work routinely appears in publications including Food and Wine, Conde Nast Traveler, and the New York Times and his writing appears in IEEE Spectrum, SFGate, the Bold Italic and more. Smith holds a degree in Cognitive Science (Neuroscience) and Anthropology from the Johns Hopkins University.

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