The Regal Beagle in Coolidge Corner has closed

The Brookline haunt may have served its last meal on Wednesday night.

The seasonal (strawberry rhubarb) whiskey smash at the Regal Beagle in Coolidge Corner.
The seasonal (strawberry rhubarb) whiskey smash at the Regal Beagle in Coolidge Corner. –Lane Turner/Globe Staff

Popular neighborhood joint The Regal Beagle closed its doors Wednesday night, possibly serving its last meal after nine years of business.

The Coolidge Corner restaurant and bar, which opened in 2009, was named after the bar in the sitcom “Three’s Company” and offered upscale comfort food like chicken liver mousse, pork belly sliders, bacon-wrapped dates, and a burger with smoked tomato jam. It also served an extensive, seasonal cocktail menu, plus beer and wine.

“We’re closed for now,” owner Kristian Deyesso told Boston.com.

He did not respond to questions regarding why The Regal Beagle closed, whether it will reopen elsewhere, or if there are plans to open something else in the space, so what “for now” means remains to be seen.