L.A. burger company says it will shutter amid ‘lack of demand’

L.D.G.R.T. is the name of the local restaurant chain.

It will close its doors on Dec. 31 after more than four decades of business.

“Our business is on the decline,” said L.L. Bean, the company that runs the chain in L.T., according to the Los Angeles Times.

“We need to focus our attention on our customers and on improving our facilities, but our business has been declining for quite some time and we can’t continue to wait for our customers to turn on the TV.”

The chain has a long history in L,T.

and is known for its popular burger burgers.

It was founded in 1948 by Frank & Sons Inc. of Los Angeles and later renamed to L.B. Bean.

The company was renamed to Gilt Grill in 1991.

In the last three years, the chain has announced it will be closing restaurants in the LA area, including the Gilt Burger in North Hollywood and the L. L. Bean Burger in Inglewood.

The L. B. Bean & Co. in Culver City, the L B. Littles in Santa Monica and the Glamour Burger in Beverly Hills will also be closing by the end of the year.

In a statement, L.G.’s said it would continue to provide a full range of services to its customers.

“We’re committed to providing our customers with a quality and delicious dining experience, including our popular Glamurk Burger and L. D.G..

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L Bean Burger.

All L. G.L.-owned restaurants in Los Angeles will remain open as we continue to serve our customers,” the statement read.

“Our customers deserve great food, great service, and a world-class location.

We’re excited to open our doors for the rest of 2017 and look forward to working with the community to make L.O.B.-style burger joints in Los Feliz, Laconia, Long Beach and other communities a reality.”