STUDIO CITY, Calif. (KABC) -- The iconic restaurant Jerry's Famous Deli is closing its Studio City location on Friday after 42 years of business.
The restaurant has long been a celebrity hotspot, with comedian Andy Kaufman even working there as a bus boy while he appeared on "Taxi."
Other Jerry's Deli locations in Encino, Woodland Hills and West Hollywood have already closed.
A post on the restaurant's Instagram page explained that the closure was due to the pandemic.
The owners say they hope to reopen after the pandemic, if possible.
Jerry's Famous Deli in Studio City to close on Friday
The owners say they hope to reopen after the pandemic.