A BUFFALO Wild Wings restaurant has finally closed its doors after 10 years of operation.
The popular chicken chain has left the city of St. Paul, Minnesota after its restaurant closed up.
Buffalo Wild Wings, which operates over 1,200 restaurants statewide, has been a staple of the casual dining scene in Minnesota’s state capital since 2013, Bring Me The News reported.
But a spokesman told the store: “We have made the difficult decision to open our store at 80 Snelling Ave. in St. Paul, MN.”
They thanked the fans for their loyalty over the years.
After the closure, signs were removed from the restaurant and items were taken from the premises.
Though the St. Paul location is now closed, Buffalo Wild Wings still has more than 30 restaurants in Minnesota, according to its website.
There are restaurants in the major cities of Minneapolis, Duluth, St. Cloud, Mankato and Bloomington.
The Company has 96 restaurants in California, 60 in Michigan, 52 in Florida, 37 in Georgia, 32 in Minnesota and 30 in Missouri.
According to the company, Buffalo Wild Wings has a portfolio of 1,255 restaurants.
But in recent months, several Buffalo Wild Wings restaurants across the country have shut down.
In May, the chain’s restaurant at the Southdale Center mall in Edina, a Minneapolis suburb, called its time.
A Buffalo Wild Wings in Columbia, South Carolina, also closed for good that same month, The State reported.
And the chain’s Glen Allen, Va., restaurant has also closed for good after 14 years of operation, according to The Richmond Times-Dispatch.
The closure comes months after a Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant in central Pennsylvania closed days before Christmas, Penn Live reported.
Employees told the outlet that bosses gave no reason for the closure.