Three restaurants in Pasadena, Calif., hit by wildfires

Three of Pasadena’s best restaurants were forced to close Wednesday, with three restaurants having to close because of the fires raging in Southern California.

The three restaurants that have shut down are The La Bodega, The Bodegasm and The Restaurant at the End of the World.

A sign posted outside the La Bodingga, which closed earlier this month, read, “Due to the current conditions of the fire, our staff will be unavailable.

We ask that you please respect the owners wishes and return your food to them as soon as possible.”

The La Cosa Nostra, which opened in 2013, was one of the first in Pasadena to open after the fires started in June.

The restaurant’s owner, Dan Bocchieri, said in a statement that the restaurant is currently working to reopen.

The Bodes are open and will reopen at the beginning of the next week.

The restaurants have been open since 2015 and have been among the best restaurants in the city, according to Yelp.

Bocchi’s restaurant has been rated one of Pasadenas best restaurants by Yelp for two years in a row, and its Michelin-starred restaurant in Downtown Los Angeles is one of five restaurants in Southern Calif.

to win a Michelin star.