TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) – As it’s now one of many final companies standing on sixth Ave. in Topeka, Crimson Robin maintains its buyer visitors as others round it shut.
Officers at Crimson Robin, at 6230 SW sixth Ave., say they haven’t seen a decline in enterprise. With Regal Hollywood Theaters having closed its doorways earlier in January, this leaves the eatery because the final occupant of SW sixth Ave.
13 NEWS spoke with Normal Supervisor Tim Daniels and he mentioned, even with workers shortages and the closure of many native eating places, it leaves them as the new spot to get meals.
“We now have been right here since 2005 and we proceed to maintain the group,” Daniels mentioned. “However, so far as the rest over right here. We’re greater than sufficient for the group and we simply wish to ensure that everyone is aware of we’re right here and able to maintain our company.”
The most recent closure to hit the Capital Metropolis was introduced final week. Gyroville, at 2955 SW Wanamaker Rd., closed its doorways on Friday.
The opposite companies on SW sixth Ave. are Hardee’s, Pow Indian Delicacies and Paradise Donuts.
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