The future of the building, the team behind the popular business, or if they plan to try again? No known.

All we know is, COVID-19 shutdown has claimed it's first "large" Tri-City landmark business.

Cousin's Restaurant on Road 68 in Pasco closed in March, like the others, over the state's lockdown and shutdown of supposedly "non-essential" businesses.

Then Thursday, people on social media began posting pictures of a "For Sale" sign that went up in front of the establishment, along with this message posted by the Cousin's ownership:

"Hi Cousins Pasco Friends,

We have made the difficult decision to close our Pasco location. Our company and family of employees truly values the relationships we've developed over the years, and will miss being part of the community here. We hope you'll stop by our original location in The Dalles sometime, we'd love to keep serving you!"

It will be sorely missed, as Cousin's was a popular landmark and restaurant for years.