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Having survived and thrived for over four decades in the topsy-turvy restaurant business, no one deserves retirement more than Hamishe Bahrami. On April 30, Café Natasha (located at 3200 South Grand and originally named Cafe Natasha's), the Persian restaurant that she owns with her daughter, Natasha Bahrami, will close its doors and Hamishe will retire from the kitchen.

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