The restaurant, helmed by chef Stephan Pyles, had recently scaled back its hours to lunch only.
We reported on Oct. 1 that San Salvaje was expected to become a private event space in the evenings. No word yet from the chef on whether that's still happening.
A note on the door, below, says the landlord changed the locks.
Dallas Morning News restaurant critic Leslie Brenner gave San Salvaje four stars in summer 2014. Chef Pyles previously operated a restaurant called Samar, which later became San Salvaje at the same address. Pyles still owns and operates his namesake restaurant, Uptown restaurant Stampede 66 and airport restaurant Sky Canyon.