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Harry and Jorge's stops in its tracks 

After opening just before Memorial Day in the former home of Flying Burrito, Harry and Jorge's was closed early this week with paper over its windows. According to Arkansas Business, that seems likely to have something to do with a recent lawsuit filed by owner Daniel Bryant's former franchisors, Flying Burrito owners Mike Rohrbach and Archie Shaffer IV, which asks for an injunction, claiming that Bryant's agreement prohibited him from running another Mexican restaurant in the space on Clinton Avenue for two years. Arkansas Business also reported that they filed suit alleging $100,000 in back franchise royalties owed.

The Times has not been able to reach Daniel Bryant for comment.

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