A Plain City-based spot for Latin American street food is calling it quits.
On Sept. 20, Sazón Latin American Food announced on its Facebook page that both its sit-down eatery, located at 525 W. Main St. in Plain City, and line of food trucks will close by Oct. 15.
“Dear customers, we have decided to close down SAZON. The food trucks will work until Oct 15. With the raise of food, the lack of food supplies, lack of staff and help it makes it hard to continue with the project,” the statement reads. “We want to thank all of you for your support during the past 3 years. We will list our kitchen equipment for sale as well as the trucks in the next weeks.”
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The Plain City restaurant is currently closed due to staffing issues. It’s unclear whether it will re-open between now and Oct. 15.
Billed as Mexican and Venezuelan cuisine, Sazón features arepas, street tacos, burritos, and more. It first opened in June of 2018, before introducing food trucks to compliment the business in early 2019.
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