Citing an ongoing seek for a brand new location, the proprietor of Urban Eats Bistro in Jacksonville plans to shut the neighborhood seafood and fish restaurant on Friday, March 4.
Open for about three years, the restaurant at 715 N. McDuff Ave. provides an eclectic menu, together with seafood and fish specials, bento bins, sandwiches, wraps, rooster wings and sides.
The restaurant introduced the closure on its Facebook page Tuesday.
“We’ve supplied high quality City meals for the final 3 years and we’re grateful and blessed to have been ready to take action. Thanks for making City Eats Bistro considered one of Jacksonville’s hottest consuming institutions. Thanks to your loyal patronage over the previous few years and throughout the pandemic. Please proceed to observe our journey and keep tuned for what’s subsequent.”
It posted Wednesday that “we’re nonetheless providing catering and personal chef to your intimate occasions.” For extra data, folks might e mail them at [email protected], in response to the put up..
The McDuff location is outdated and not appropriate for the restaurant’s wants, bistro proprietor Jenay Quarterman advised the Instances-Union on Tuesday.
“Proper now, I am engaged on searching for a brand new constructing,” mentioned Quarterman, who expressed optimism that they might discover a new location.
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Duval County Property Appraiser data present that the McDuff Avenue property was purchased for $620,000 by North Bridge Join LLC of Las Vegas in a sale recorded June 28, 2021.
North Bridge officers could not be reached for remark Tuesday.
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