It’s been a tough week for the restaurant scene in Western New York as three well-loved eateries announced their closure. It’s always disheartening to see small businesses shut down, but each of these establishments had their own unique reasons for doing so.
Three Western New York establishments have taken to Facebook to announce their closures. Mooney’s Sports Bar & Grill located in West Seneca, Louie’s in Tonawanda and Flourish Cafe situated in Lancaster have all made public statements about shutting down. The announcements can be viewed on their respective Facebook pages.
Mooney’s Sports Bar & Grill
After eight years as Tony Rome’s successor, Mooney’s announced their closure. Louie’s Foot Long announced that they will retire and close, while Flourish Cafe is selling its equipment and downsizing.
Louie’s Foot Long Hot Dogs
The address for the location is 69 Grand Island Blvd, Tonawanda, NY 14150.
For many years, Louie’s has been a beloved establishment in Tonawanda, cherished by locals who would hate to see it go. Despite being in business for what seems like forever, the owner had decided to retire some time ago and put the property and building up for sale. However, it seems that the owner has now had a change of heart and is looking to sell once again.
Flourish Cafe on Broadway
The address you’re looking for is 5476 Broadway, located in Lancaster, NY 14086.
According to the Facebook post, the owner plans to continue baking to some extent. The post describes the business as a turnkey operation located in a leased storefront with a landlord who is easy to work with. The business has enjoyed four years of established foot traffic and a loyal customer base that is eager for someone to take over this wonderful opportunity. The price listed is solely for the equipment and items inside the store and does not include branding, logos, or recipes. The owner asks that only serious inquiries be made and that further details can be provided upon request.
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