Boulevard to close River Market location | Rock Candy

Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Boulevard to close River Market location

Posted By on Wed, Feb 24, 2016 at 11:40 AM

The longtime home of Boulevard in the River Market. - KAT ROBINSON
  • Kat Robinson
  • The longtime home of Boulevard in the River Market.

Boulevard Bread Company
will close its River Market location on Thursday, the restaurant announced today

As someone who works in the River Market and has eaten approximately 1,000 meals from there over the years, this is a huge bummer.

From the restaurant's Facebook page:

It is with great sadness that we are announching that our River Market location is closing it's doors this Thursday so that we can continue to pursue other business opportunities in Little Rock. Thank you to ALL of our regular customers that have been visiting us for years at this location and we hope that you will come see us at our Main Street location or one of our other locations!!

Boulevard occupied the large space on the east end of the River Market's Ottenheimer Hall from 2006 until last year, when it moved to a smaller space to make room for David's Burgers, which has since made zero evident progress in taking over the space.

Boulevard has locations on South Main and the Heights.

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