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Grist Beer Hall to close Jan. 30 after two years in Folsom’s Palladio

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Grist Beer Hall in Folsom will close at the end of the month, its owners announced via social media Wednesday.

Heather and Zachary Zamarippa opened Grist Beer Hall in the Palladio at Broadstone shopping center in March 2017. They’ll keep the restaurant and bar open until Jan. 30, they said in the post, before shuttering for good.

“We have had a good run and can’t thank our staff, vendors, and guests enough for their support over these past two years,” the post read. “Come join us over the next few weeks and enjoy a pint or two with us.”

Grist Beer Hall serves small plates ranging from poutine to hoisin duck buns as well as flatbreads and sandwiches. It has 50 beers on tap in the 3,000 square feet facility.

By coincidence, Sacramento Bee dining critic Kate Washington reviewed Grist Beer Hall over the last two weeks and had a story scheduled to print Jan. 30. Read her review here.

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Benjy Egel covers local restaurants and bars for The Sacramento Bee as well as general breaking news and investigative projects. A Sacramento native, he previously covered business for the Amarillo Globe-News in Texas.
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