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.