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Tag Archive | "restaurant closing"

Panera Bread Leaving Downtown Arlington Heights Location

In October 2013, Motley Fool’s Jon Quast reported on two factors that were hurting Panera Bread. The first factor referenced stores not being able to complete more transactions during peak restaurant hours. In 2013, Panera estimated that it lost six to 12 customers per day per store as people decided not to wait in line. […]

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Wellington Restaurant of Arlington Heights Closes After 29 Years

Wellington Restaurant, open since 1983 at 2121 South Arlington Heights Road, closed permanently on Wednesday, August 1, 2012. The 20,000-square-foot included a main banquet room that sat 250 people. A restaurant dining room sat up to 250 people. Several smaller banquet rooms sat 70 people each. The facility was a common venue for Village of […]

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Panera Bread on Algonquin Rd., Arlington Heights Closing

The Panera bread, 1736 W. Algonquin Rd. in Arlington Heights is closing Tuesday, May 15, 2012. Panera still has two other Arlington Heights locations — one in downtown Arlington Heights at 31 S. Evergreen Ave. and one at 5 W. Rand Road, just west of Arlington Heights Road. Another business with a longer-term lease is […]

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Jimmy’s Closed After More Than 50 Years of Serving Hot Dog and More

Jimmy’s Place, a favorite of Arlington Heights since about 1958, has been closed per a notice from the Illinois Department of Revenue posted on the door. Jimmy’s Place was known for its hot dogs where students from the former Arlington High School used to come in crowds to eat lunch. Owners Jimmy and Mary Lou […]

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Peep’s Hot Dogs Closing Friday, August 12, 2011 — Today!

Peep’s Hot Dogs a longtime lunch favorite for Hersey High School students and St. Viator students is closing today. Peep’s Hot Dog, 1600 North Rand Road, at the northwest corner of Rand Road and Thomas Street in unincorporated Arlington Heights was started in 1967 by Craig Stroder and his father, Don Stroder. Originally the true […]

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Pappadeaux Seafood Kitchen at Algonquin and Golf in Arlington Heights Closing Mid-January

Pappadeaux Seafood Kitchen, which has served Cajun cuisine since 1997 at Golf Road and Algonquin Road, has notified about 150 employees that it will be closing about January 20, 2011 — a tentative closing date. The news hits the Village of Arlington Heights budget with another loss of tax revenue, following the closing of the […]

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Fuego Closed? No, Name Change After Part-Owner Splits

Picture showing ‘Fuego’ sign removed before new ‘Salsa 17′ is installed. Fuego at 17 West Campbell Street is now known as Salsa 17. The popular restaurant changed names about two weeks ago after a part-owner with rights to the name, gave up his ownership and took the name with him to another location at 2047 […]

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