(KRON) — Restaurant chain Chevys will be closing its Emeryville location this spring, the company said in a statement. After 25 years, the restaurant at 1890 Powell St. will open for its final day on April 22.

Chevys said it was unable to reach a lease renewal agreement to remain open in Emeryville, calling it a “difficult decision.” The Chevys is located along the Emeryville waterfront.

The Mexican-style restaurant chain directed its customers to its eight additional Northern California locations, including Union City, Vallejo and South San Francisco in the Bay Area.

Chevy’s opened its first restaurant in Alameda in 1986 and has expanded to locations nationwide, spanning as far east as New Jersey. The Emeryville location is open from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. on weekdays and 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. on weekends.

After 25 dedicated years in the Bay Area community, Chevys will be closing its Emeryville location in April. Unfortunately, we were unable to reach a lease renewal agreement, leading to this difficult decision. The restaurant’s last day of business will be April 22, 2024. We are thankful for our loyal diners and, especially to our committed team members, who have tirelessly contributed to serving our Bay Area community with the fresh cuisine for which we are known. Chevys will continue to operate throughout eight additional Northern California locations and beyond, including Union City, Vallejo, and South San Francisco.

Mike Johnson, COO at Xperience Restaurant Group (Chevys Parent Company)

Earlier this week, popular American restaurant chain Applebee’s closed its Antioch location for good on Sunday, Feb. 25. The Applebee’s had been in Antioch for more than 25 years.