More restaurant closures in New Jersey due to bankruptcy

More restaurant closures in New Jersey due to bankruptcy

It looks like we’ll see more closures due to the bankruptcy of popular seafood chain Red Lobster. The company recently filed and with that they had closed some of their locations. No, we’re getting word that more Red Lobsters will go bankrupt.

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A recent Patch article stated: “Red Lobster, which abruptly closed more than 50 restaurants last month, revealed in bankruptcy court that it could close at least 125 locations in an effort to recoup losses from its endless shrimp promotion.”

red lobster has said that if they don’t reach an agreement, these three Red Lobster locations are in danger of closing. Perhaps one of these is a red lobster that you visit often.

  • 3003 Route 130 South, Delran
  • 4411 Black Horse Pike, Mays Landing
  • 211 Route 17 South, Paramus

According to Patch, “In total, Red Lobster has twelve dining locations in New Jersey that remain open.” These Red Lobsters include:

  • 1298 Hooper Ave., Toms River
  • 520 Highway 46, Wayne
  • 700 Plaza Drive, Secaucus
  • 1271 US Route 22, Bridgewater
  • 2100 Route 38, Cherry Hill
  • 3255 Brunswick Pike, Lawrenceville

It’s sad to see these Red Lobsters closing or in danger of closing. We always enjoyed going to Red Lobster with our kids when they were growing up. I definitely had a thing for their cheddar biscuits, they were always delicious and we went through a few baskets lol. We usually went to the Mays Landing Red Lobster or the Toms River Red Lobster, these two locations are still open.

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