The family that has owned the Apple Pan restaurant on Pico Boulevard in West Los Angeles since 1947 has sold the busiiness to music mogul Irving Azoff and his wife Shelli. (Google Street View)
LOS ANGELES — The Apple Pan restaurant, a West Los Angeles fixture since 1947, has changed ownership after three generations in the same family.
Previous owner Sunny Sherman confirmed to LAist that the restaurant at 10801 Pico Blvd., near Westwood Boulevard, has been sold to longtime Eagles manager Irving Azoff and his wife Shelli.
Sherman, granddaughter of founders Ellen and Alan Baker, said she will now spend more time with her mother, Martha Gamble, 90, who also helped run the restaurant.
“We liked our little business, but family comes first,” Sherman told LAist.
The Azoffs are longtime customers of The Apple Pan and have no plans to change or close the restaurant, a key factor in prompting Sherman to sell the business to them, Sherman said.
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