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An era may be ending on Royal Street, as Brennan’s restaurant, the first link in the citywide chain of renowned Brennan family establishments, has closed. The management of the French Quarter landmark was evicted from the property Thursday (June 27) at 2:15 p.m. by Leggo / 4, a corporation that purchased the property at 417-425 Royal St. at auction in May, according to attorney Vic Welsh, who represents the most recent manager of the restaurant, Owen “Pip” Brennan Jr., son of founder Owen Brennan Sr.
Welsh dropped a bombshell on Friday (June 28) morning when he said that Ralph Brennan, a cousin and owner of a string of renowned New Orleans restaurants, is a partner in Leggo / 4 and therefore has had a role in wrestling the restaurant away from his client. Pip Brennan is “disappointed for the employees,” who find themselves out of work, Welsh said, adding that he received an email Thursday night in which Leggo / 4 “said they were going to throw out all the perishables if we didn’t come by” and retrieve them.
Welsh provided what he said was a copy of the email he received from Leggo / 4 concerning the perishables:
“Dear Vic, In connection with the effectuation of the Writ of Possession as we have not seized the perishables, we are required to dispose of them by tossing them out if the owner does not remove them. Please advise if your client wishes to remove them or if your client wishes to perhaps donate them. If so, we (will) work with you to arrange access tomorrow for that purpose. If we have not received written instructions regarding disposition of the perishables by noon tomorrow, we will proceed to throw them away.”
Welsh said that Pip Brennan plans to donate the food to charity.
Neither a Leggo / 4 representative nor Ralph Brennan could be reached for comment Friday morning.
Pip has filed a lawsuit in federal court to get the property back, Welsh said. He also is considering other locations for the historic restaurant.
Thursday’s eviction was only the most recent chapter in a rancorous family feud that has afflicted the 60-year-old restaurant for years.
Come back to Nola.com/dining to read more about this developing story.