Where are you eating and what do you think? What's opening, closing, succeeding, failing?
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Ned Flanders wrote:Seems like this kind of post-bong hit nastiness would do better closer to campus.
A few years ago I tried a Burger King Whopperito out of morbid curiosity. At under $5 the ingredients were likely a class below what Burgrito's will be selling but the execution was the same - burger ingredients wrapped in a tortilla. It was enough exposure to the idea that I'm confident in saying that it just does not work.
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Closing shop after half a year.
Darin Laby, who owns the business with his brother, Lawrence Laby, said there were a few reasons the Madison location didn't work out.
The main reason was that the restaurant, 1835 Monroe St., didn't catch on.
"I would say lack of sales," he said, laughing. The nine-month reconstruction of Monroe Street that started a few days before the restaurant opened, didn't help either, he said.
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