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It would appear the winds of change are not blowing favorably for Local Breeze, the laid-back eatery in a converted home off of 4th Avenue and Fillmore and just blocks from downtown Phoenix.

For the past several days, the entry gate to the restaurant with a subtle tropical vibe and lounge-worthy patio has been closed, the phone hasn't been answered, and a sign on the front directs a scheduled private party to a new venue.

Local Breeze opened in 2009 courtesy of owner Sid Campbell who was a longtime cook at Pischke's Paradise, the now-shuttered Scottsdale eatery.

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