Gastropub Public School 404 has closed its West Midtown location.The restaurant announced the closure on its website:After serving the wonderful city of Atlanta, Public School 404 has permanently closed its doors. It has been a pleasure to be a part of this amazing community. Thank you!General manager Brandy Ramsey confirmed to What Now Atlanta that the restaurant's last day was May 15, just two days after reopening for dine-in service.Public School 404, which was billed as a "chef-driven gastropub," opened in 2017 in the Brady complex at 930 Howell Mill Road, serving a seasonal menu featuring pizza, burgers and other small plates and entrees. The eatery also offered happy hours and games including darts, life-size Jenga and Connect Four.The Public School chain, owned by Grill Concepts, has other locations in California, Texas, Colorado and Nevada.Public School 404 is the latest in a growing list of food and beverage establishments to close their doors amid the coronavirus pandemic. Other recent closures include the Roswell location of C&S Seafood and Oyster Bar, Ri Ra Irish pub in Midtown and the Emory Village location of Lucky's Burger and Brew.A representative for Public School restaurants did not immediately respond to a request for more information about the closure.RELATED:ExploreMore metro Atlanta restaurant closuresExploreMore intown Atlanta dining newsAbout the AuthorYvonne ZuselYvonne Zusel has been with the AJC since 2010. She works as a digital audience specialist for the food and dining team.