The Wolfgang Puck Express restaurant at the Shops on Lane Avenue in Upper Arlington closed yesterday, the prelude to a move. However, a new location hasn't been chosen and a reopening date has not been set, the Dispatch reported.

The franchise owners want to "upgrade to a larger and more full-service atmosphere," said Corey Ladson, the restaurant's general manager.

The fast-casual restaurant featured hand-crafted gourmet pizzas, pastas, sandwiches, soups and fresh salads. Most of the entrees ranged from about $6 to $9. At the time of the restaurant's opening in 2004, its namesake, Wolfgang Puck, told The Dispatch that he thought Columbus could support three or four of the restaurants.

Read the Dispatch story.