"It's just too much of an uphill battle with the economy," said Gillespie, who knows a thing or two about the markets since he's a trader.
In just the past four weeks, he has seen business drop by 65 percent. Shoot!
"When things get bad, fine dining is the first to go and the last to come back," he said.
Beato's last supper will be served Nov. 14. The restaurant's offering deals on wine and featuring an updated menu. I'm going to make it a point of getting in there to pay my respects. You?