After opening in the fall of 2017 among several new eateries in the Liberty Business Park, 4 Sisters Tapas Restaurant has closed its doors.

According to a post on the restaurant’s Facebook page late Monday night, owners announced “with heavy hearts” that the restaurant has closed after 15 months.

“We want to thank all of the wonderful patrons who supported our business … (and) all the kitchen staff and front of the house staff who did such an amazing job in putting out delicious food and drinks,” the post read. “No regrets. The restaurant business can be risky; however had we not taken the chance we would have always wondered what if …”

Jake and Kate Suskey were approached in 2016 by the owners of a 4 Sisters businesses in La Crosse about opening a similar restaurant in Verona, which they did in October 2017, according to a Press story in December 2017. Jake Suskey served as executive chef in charge of a kitchen that focused on tapas-style small plates, while his wife, Kate was the general manager, overseeing operation.

News of the closing spread quickly on Facebook, with more than 30 comments and counting as of press time Tuesday afternoon, many lamenting the loss and complimenting the restaurant’s quality of food, drinks, service and “vibe.”

Email Unified Newspaper Group reporter Scott De Laruelle at scott.dela ruelle@wcinet.com.