An Amelia's customer said she was told the restaurant was being closed due to a dwindling number of diners and also because of high downtown rents.
Domus, another nearby downtown business, also is closing once its current inventory is sold out.
Both the Pleasanton Downtown Association and the city's Economic Development Department are seeking new tenants for both facilities.
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