The website for The Guild restaurant in downtown Victoria appears to have been shut down and calls to the restaurant’s telephone number don’t connect. (Keri Coles/News staff)

The Guild restaurant in Victoria shuttered with notice from landlord

Notice on door calls for immediate delivery of all keys and security cards

A notice on the door of The Guild restaurant on Victoria’s waterfront hints at the reasons for the locked doors and dark interior at a time when it should be open.

The notice, dated March 7 and signed by counsel for the landlord, calls for all keys and security cards for the restaurant at 1250 Wharf St. to be immediately delivered to the landlord.

It also states, “…the lease interest accrues on all overdue money payable pursuant to the lease at the rate of 18 per cent per year.”

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The website for the restaurant appears to be shut down and calls to the restaurant’s telephone number don’t connect.

The same restaurant was shut down suddenly in August 2018 with a termination notice on the door, only to re-open a short time later.

Black Press reached out the the counsel for the landlord, but has not yet received a reply.


 

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The notice, signed by counsel for the landlord and dated March 7, calls for all keys and security cards to be immediately delivered to the landlord. (Keri Coles/News staff)

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