Arvos Tapas Bar in Mount Isa has become a victim of the pandemic.
Forced to close in the lockdown in March the Camooweal St business has not been able to reopen despite recent easing of restrictions.
Owner Deb Howie said "with deep regret" and "much analysis and soul searching" she made the decision not to reopen.
"I would like to thank everyone that chose my little venue to celebrate their special occasions, work parties , fundraising events or just popped in to chill with a drink and some food. I was truly humbled by your support," she said.
"To my wonderful staff, specifically Fiona Hodge, Susan Sparkles and Blake Metcalf I truly appreciate your efforts over the last couple of years."
Ms Howie also thanked her family and friends that helped and supported her.
"I am truly blessed to have had the opportunity to open and run Arvos Tapas Bar in this great town," she said.
"I have had some of the finest and some of the hardest times over the last couple of years with absolutely no regrets. I wish all those bars, cafes, clubs, gyms etc effected by the Covid 19 pandemic the best in these difficult times.
"If you've got a problem with work, you walk in that front door and leave that problem behind," she said at the time.
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