‘Henry’s Tacos’ May Be Forced To Close After 50 Years Of Business

NORTH HOLLYWOOD (CBS) — Henry’s Tacos, a San Fernando Valley landmark, may be forced to close just days after it celebrated five decades of business.

The owner, who applied for cultural landmark status because of the original Googie-style “Tacos” sign on the stand, says his lease is in jeopardy.

According to a petition at change.org, the property owner is upset about the possible historic designation.

The Los Angeles City Council may not be able to vote on the status by the end of the week, when the lease is set to expire.

The community is now rallying to help save the restaurant.

Henry’s Tacos is located at 11401 Moorpark Street near the corner of  Tujunga Avenue.


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