Lauren Boebert’s Shooters Grill, famous for waitresses with firearms, has closed.
Bobert said the lease had expired and had not been renewed by her new landlord.
She said she was considering reopening the reduced venue “like a shooters coffee shop with pastries.”
Lauren Boebert’s Shooters Grill restaurant, famous for its waitresses packed with firearms, has closed.
The Glenwood Springs Post IndependentColorado press first reported the closure on Wednesday.
Mr. Bobert said of the publication that her new landlord had informed her that the restaurant’s debt would not be renewed after June.
“There wasn’t much room or place to compromise, unless we bought the building ourselves,” said the outlet. She added that she wanted to maintain the “Shooters brand” with her husband.
“It was a great trip. I don’t regret anything. It’s always sad to close the chapter, but this is our current situation,” said Bobert, independent.
Congressmen also highlighted the idea of reopening as a reduced dining restaurant that “looks like a shooters coffee shop with pastries and some simple breakfast sandwiches and merchandise,” Outlet reported.
The restaurant closed on Sunday. CBS News..
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Bobert’s restaurant has complained a significant portion of the controversy. In 2014, A photo of the waitress with the gun was posted on Facebook..Members of the Diet To defend the rights of guns, he repeatedly used the fake story of a man being beaten and dying outside a restaurant.Despite the fact that the man died from drug overdose.
In 2017, dozens of local Colorado rodeos complained of food poisoning after consuming pork sliders in a restaurant. The Daily Beast report.
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