September 28, 2023


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Impellizzeri’s closes its downtown Louisville restaurant

One more cafe has closed in downtown Louisville. 

a close up of a sign: A business owner puts up a sign in the window letting customers know the store is closed due to the coronavirus.

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A business enterprise operator puts up a indication in the window allowing buyers know the shop is closed owing to the coronavirus.

Impellizzeri’s has shut its area at 110 W. Key St., throughout from the KFC Yum Center. 

The pizza shop was temporarily closed thanks to impact from the coronavirus pandemic, but has now shut for very good. The site has been taken out from the firm’s internet site and has a “For Lease” indication out front. 

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“It is with a heavy heart that we announce the lasting closing of our Downtown (Major Road) site,” homeowners wrote on the restaurant’s web-site. “Thank you for supporting us over the many years. Remember to go on to stop by out four other spot places: Highlands, Middletown, Vacation Manor and E-Town.”

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A residence listing has two parcels out there at the website: a 2,400-square-foot area and a 5,000-square-foot area. 

The cafe serves pizzas, Italian impressed appetizers, salads, hoagie sandwiches and pasta dishes from family recipes. 

The closure follows a different downtown mainstay: Hard Rock Cafe closed at Fourth Road Reside! just after 16 decades in procedure. Far more than 50 dining places shut down in Louisville around the course of 2020. 

Dahlia Ghabour: 502-582-4497 [email protected] Twitter: @dghabour. 

This write-up originally appeared on Louisville Courier Journal: Impellizzeri’s closes its downtown Louisville restaurant

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