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Steve Marcus A sign and black curtains block an exit from Du-Par’s restaurant at the Golden Gate in downtown Las Vegas Tuesday, Feb. The restaurant and bakery closed at short notice Tuesday night.

Du-Par’s restaurant at the Golden Gate in downtown Las Vegas abruptly closed its doors Tuesday evening, hours before it was expected to.

By p.m., black curtains concealed the entrance and a sign announced the location's closure, even though earlier in the afternoon Golden Gate officials had said it would close at midnight due to "financial reasons." It wasn't immediately clear what hastened the closure or what time it occurred.

"A leased tenant of the historic hotel, Du-Par's had struggled with payments over an extended period of time," Golden Gate said in a statement.

Officials are evaluating the restaurant space and haven't announced new plans.

Regulars of Du-Par's, which is best known for its diner-style food, including its pancakes, can still visit its other Las Vegas locations, inside the Suncoast in the west valley.

The chain has four locations in California, where it was founded in 1938.

The Golden Gate site had been operating since 2010, and the Suncoast location opened last year.

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On Friday, 106 hours later, it reopened, nearly doubling the size of the casino, extending the iconic outdoor One Bar at One Fremont Street by 20 feet and adding an eye-popping 24-foot, 360-degree “television fountain” with a multifaceted spiral crystal chandelier at a new casino entrance off the Fremont Street Experience.

“As the Golden Gate opens, this old-meets-new design creates a thrilling nostalgic feel evoking the spirit of the Rat Pack era with the excitement of our modern world,” said Golden Gate CEO Derek Stevens, who also operates the nearby D Las Vegas.

Stevens would not disclose h0w much his company invested in the improvements, centered primarily at the former Le Bayou casino and an alley that once separated the Golden Gate from Le Bayou.