“Final nail in the coffin.” 91-year-old owner forced to close iconic Hollywood Arby’s over California’s $20 minimum wage

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The iconic Hollywood Arby’s location on Sunset Boulevard recently closed its doors after more than five decades in business. The closure was attributed to a combination of factors, including the pandemic, low foot traffic, rising food costs, and California’s $20-an-hour minimum wage. The restaurant’s general manager, Gary Husch, stated that the minimum wage increase was “the nail in the coffin” for the establishment. The Arby’s franchise had been owned by 91-year-old Marilyn Leviton since its opening in January 1969. The closure marks the end of an era for this beloved fast-food joint, known for its roast beef sandwiches and iconic cowboy hat sign.

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