Popular Restaurants Close; Major Mall In Big Trouble: CT News

Jaime E. Love

Here are the top-trending business stories across all of Connecticut for the past week:

The giant mall has lost two major anchor stores over the past few years and the assessed value has declined by nearly $30M.>>>Read More.

The owners announced the restaurant is temporarily closing after several staff members tested positive for the coronavirus.>>>Read More.

A bar that is linked to coronavirus cases will close for two weeks.>>>Read More.

In the past 10 months, four of the six locations in Connecticut have closed their doors.>>>Read More.

A landmark restaurant has closed amid coronavirus complications.>>>Read More.

A local business had made it to a show on the Discovery Channel.>>>Read More.

Preparations were on tap Monday for a liquidation sale at the iconic furniture store.>>>Read More.

A company wants to bring back a family entertainment center to the old Connecticut Golf Land complex.>>>Read More.

Best burger in CT for 2020 / Best ice cream in CT for 2020 / Looking for a buffet? Here’s the state’s best / Best food in CT for 2020.>>>Read More.

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