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The La Brea Bakery location in Downtown Disney and another in Los Angeles have officially closed, the company announced on Instagram Monday.

The bakery’s location in Downtown Disney was open for more than 20 years while its Los Angeles café was open for more than 30 years.

The Downtown Disney closure comes as Disney plans to revamp the shopping district. The Orange County Register reported that a major renovation was initially announced at Destination D23, a Disney fan convention, in 2021.

The Earl of Sandwich restaurant, the former AMC Theaters building, and other shops were demolished to make way for new additions, such as the Chinese restaurant, Din Tai Fung, and Porto’s Bakery and Café.

While its café locations are closed, La Brea Bakery fans can still purchase its products at grocery stores including Ralph’s and Vons.

The company has other locations outside of California as well. The closest one to the Golden State is in Reno, Nevada.