Big Mouth Pizza, Big Wangs shut their doors in SCV
Big Mouth Pizza closed its last remaining Santa Clarita location, on Newhall Ranch Road.
By Signal Staff
Monday, June 5th, 2017

It was a bad week for SCV restaurants with “Big” in their names, as both Big Mouth Pizza on Newhall Ranch Road and Big Wangs on The Old Road shut their doors.

A sign in the front door of Big Mouth, known for large pizzas (up to 28 inches) from “your Big Mouth family” read, “Dear loyal customers, we regret to inform you that Big Mouth Pizza will be closing its doors for good. We thank you for your years of support!” It was the second of two Santa Clarita Big Mouth outlets to close.

Big Wangs on The Old Road has closed. The chain’s three other locations remain open.

Big Wangs was a sports bar with multiple flat-screens TVs, an extensive collection of tap beers, twenty-five-cent wings, and karaoke. Three outlets remain, in Hollywood, North Hollywood, and downtown Los Angeles.

The Shrimp Haus near Magic Mountain Parkway and Tourney Road has closed, about halfway into a five-year lease.

A third local eatery to shutter its doors recently is The Shrimp Haus, which occupied a 2,400-square foot space on Wayne Mills Place near the corner of Magic Mountain Parkway and Tourney Road. The restaurant opened in September 2014, and was about halfway through a five-year lease.

 

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Big Mouth Pizza closed its last remaining Santa Clarita location, on Newhall Ranch Road.

Big Mouth Pizza, Big Wangs shut their doors in SCV

It was a bad week for SCV restaurants with “Big” in their names, as both Big Mouth Pizza on Newhall Ranch Road and Big Wangs on The Old Road shut their doors.

A sign in the front door of Big Mouth, known for large pizzas (up to 28 inches) from “your Big Mouth family” read, “Dear loyal customers, we regret to inform you that Big Mouth Pizza will be closing its doors for good. We thank you for your years of support!” It was the second of two Santa Clarita Big Mouth outlets to close.

Big Wangs on The Old Road has closed. The chain’s three other locations remain open.

Big Wangs was a sports bar with multiple flat-screens TVs, an extensive collection of tap beers, twenty-five-cent wings, and karaoke. Three outlets remain, in Hollywood, North Hollywood, and downtown Los Angeles.

The Shrimp Haus near Magic Mountain Parkway and Tourney Road has closed, about halfway into a five-year lease.

A third local eatery to shutter its doors recently is The Shrimp Haus, which occupied a 2,400-square foot space on Wayne Mills Place near the corner of Magic Mountain Parkway and Tourney Road. The restaurant opened in September 2014, and was about halfway through a five-year lease.