More than 40 Outback, Bonefish or Carrabba’s restaurants will be closing. Should your neighborhood place be one of those?
Bloomin’ Brands Inc., which owns the chains, said last Friday that it will close the restaurants located in various parts of the country.
In Palm Beach County:
Outback has six locations in Jupiter (103 A-1 US 1), Palm Beach Gardens (10933 N. Military Trail), Royal Palm Beach (11101 Southern Blvd.), Lake Worth (6266 Lantana Road), Delray Beach (1300 Linton Blvd.), and Boca Raton (6030 SW 18 Street).
Bonefish Grill has four locations in Palm Beach Gardens (4635 PGA Blvd.), Wellington (9897 Lake Worth Road), Boynton Beach (1880 N. Congress Ave.) and Boca Raton (21065 Powerline Road).
Carrabba’s Italian Grill has five locations in North Palm Beach (11201 US 1), Royal Palm Beach (11141 Southern Blvd.) Boynton Beach (1999 N. Congress Ave.), Delray (355 E. Linton Blvd.) Boca Raton (6909 SW 18 St.)
So, tell us, is your neighborhood location busy or dead? Would it be foolish to close it?
Bloomin’ Brands has not yet released a list of the restaurants that are to be closed. But, if you’re wondering what are the odds your local spot will be among the 40, the company owns more than 1,500 restaurant locations.