Lubbock’s King Street Pub Is Closing Permanently After Friday
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Lubbock's King Street Pub (8004 Indiana B18) will not be renewing their lease, as per King Street Pub's Facebook page. Their last day of operation in Friday, September 2nd.
It is with a heavy heart that David and I announce we are not renewing our lease for King Street Pub.
Our last day of business is this Friday, September 2. We have soooo many regulars we need to say goodbye to! Please drop in this week if you get a chance.
King Street Pub is known for its eclectic and elevated American food fare and wine selection. I am particularly fond of their very decadent coconut cake.
When King Street Pub put the restaurant up for sale back in February, my lovely colleague Kelsey Pittman did some digging and found that the owners were seeking to retire. You can read their entire response in her original article. The restaurant is still listed on the loopnet website as "for sale". However, the current owners are auctioning off equipment later this month, so it does not currently appear that anyone has bought King Street Pub as a concept.
Lubbock has more restaurants per capita than many larger Texas cities. It's no surprise that there is some turnaround with eateries here, as there are so many options and only so many people. The restaurant business is an incredibly challenging one, especially for small, local business owners, and especially. now with high-cost ingredients. That is why I try to spend as much of my "going out" budget on local and small as possible, and I hope you will consider doing the same.
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