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FultonReed
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re: Annual "What restaurants in the BR area will close its doors in 2018" thread
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Street Breads


Street Breads Filing for Bankruptcy

Congrats to Jones for the prediction (pg. 2) I guess there weren't high enough margins on those 3-bite sandwiches...


remax_joe
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re: Annual "What restaurants in the BR area will close its doors in 2018" thread
I went to their short-lived Bluebonnet location for lunch one time. They were so overwhelmed & confused by handling Waitr orders that the actual customers inside the store seemed to almost be an inconvenience for them. I was 1 & done. A shame though cause it was convenience for lunch


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Jones
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re: Annual "What restaurants in the BR area will close its doors in 2018" thread
Dayum well we are off to the races.

Who is next?


J Murdah
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re: Annual "What restaurants in the BR area will close its doors in 2018" thread
You win 20 internet points


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livnthehighlife
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re: Annual "What restaurants in the BR area will close its doors in 2018" thread
Tilted Kilt in Gonzales


LSUBoo
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re: Annual "What restaurants in the BR area will close its doors in 2018" thread
To be fair, they haven't actually closed.



Yet.


Jones
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re: Annual "What restaurants in the BR area will close its doors in 2018" thread
Please don't rain on my parade



cgrand
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re: Annual "What restaurants in the BR area will close its doors in 2018" thread
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Tilted Kilt in Gonzales

very good guess


BomBayTiger
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re: Annual "What restaurants in the BR area will close its doors in 2018" thread
Wonder how Walk Ons Towne Center does? Has seemed empty the few times I have been around it in the last couple months.


TigersSEC2010
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re: Annual "What restaurants in the BR area will close its doors in 2018" thread
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Wonder how Walk Ons Towne Center does? Has seemed empty the few times I have been around it in the last couple months.


That place does fine. They aren't going anywhere.

Those of you calling Your Mom's and Fuzzy's are insane. Those places are packed with students regularly.

My picks are:

Bullfin
Breck's Bistro
Canefield (no way they last through the end of the semester)
VooDoo on Nicholson (I have absolutely no idea what they're doing to stay open)
Quarter's (I've never seen anyone there)
One of either Mooyah or Halal Guys on Lee, they can't both survive
Bleachers on East Chimes is toast
Insomnia Cookies seems to have died since the initial buzz
Whatever went into the old Louie's
Don Jose
Los Reyes (the place is great but there's never anyone there)
Bull Chicks
DeAngelo's on Bluebonnet is working magic to stay open



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re: Annual "What restaurants in the BR area will close its doors in 2018" thread
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Don Jose


It’s gotten good reviews thus far


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Howyouluhdat
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re: Annual "What restaurants in the BR area will close its doors in 2018" thread
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very good guess


Not really. Place stays full of plant baws


cgrand
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re: Annual "What restaurants in the BR area will close its doors in 2018" thread
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Not really. Place stays full of plant baws

stand by


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KamaCausey_LSU
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re: Annual "What restaurants in the BR area will close its doors in 2018" thread
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Bleachers on East Chimes is toast

I think the building owner is the one that owns Bleachers. Not having a lease/landlord will probably be enough to keep it open a couple a years. Especially since that's one of the major issues in that area with building owners trying to ramp up lease costs.

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Whatever went into the old Louie's

It's a boiled seafood place, Krab Queenz. It is probably the only kind of business that can survive there.


Jones
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re: Annual "What restaurants in the BR area will close its doors in 2018" thread
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One of either Mooyah or Halal Guys on Lee, they can't both survive


Halal is my longshot. I think it's a front to launder money though

I hope it stays open though. I like it


tduecen
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re: Annual "What restaurants in the BR area will close its doors in 2018" thread
Not technically a restaurant but Spigots is going to buy Mudbugs


JAB528
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re: Annual "What restaurants in the BR area will close its doors in 2018" thread
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I think it's a front to launder money though


What brought you to this conclusion?


Spookz
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re: Annual "What restaurants in the BR area will close its doors in 2018" thread
Wings of Glory on airline near Barringer Foreman. Love their wings, but there is NEVER more than 1-2 people in there when I stop in. Hope I am wrong as this is my go-to wing place.


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Jones
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re: Annual "What restaurants in the BR area will close its doors in 2018" thread
The bundles of coke going out the back door.


Just a hunch honestly


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remax_joe
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re: Annual "What restaurants in the BR area will close its doors in 2018" thread
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Wonder how Walk Ons Towne Center does?


Walk Ons actually sold this location to a private investor. No longer a corporate owned store.


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