It seems some of our favorite El Paso original restaurants have been closing their doors recently. Now, another westside restaurant is closed for good.

I had heard rumors that this restaurant was closing but I didn't want to be true. Tosca Stone Oven Pizzeria just celebrated their four year anniversary last year, but now they have closed their doors for good.

Tosca Stone Oven Pizzeria was a locally-owned and operated restaurant, known for their artisan-quality pizzas, pastas, sandwiches, salads and more. The restaurant, located at 4017 North Mesa, was moderately priced and had delicious food that had you coming back for more. I was obsessed with the green chile chicken alfredo and the turkey burger was always spicy and filling. Not to mention a great selection of craft beers and wines to enjoy with your meal.

Last week I called the restaurant repeatedly to try and order but to no avail. After that, I decided to drive by the restaurant to see why no one was answering. After speaking to a business nearby, I was informed that the restaurant had closed their doors for good on Saturday (January 22nd). The restaurant's website and Facebook page both haven't put anything up regarding the closing of the restaurant but the space now has a for lease sign on the front and furniture is gone from the inside.

Sad to see this restaurant go and I wish I would have known. I would have gotten my fill of alfredo and turkey burgers before they left.