The sign at the Skinny Rita’s Grille at 4002 N. Main St. in Brooke Smith now states that the Mexican restaurant inside has closed, but a note on the door from “Management” is a little less definitive: “This location will be rebranding in the next few weeks and will be temporarily closed,” reads the undated notice — already annotated by a handwritten visitor complaint requesting the information be added to the company’s outgoing phone message. “Please come visit us when we reopen in a few weeks.” The restaurant followed in the footsteps of a sequence of differently branded Mexican restaurants in the same location when it opened at the site, which is bounded by Walton and Melwood streets, in 2014. A Montrose Skinny Rita’s Cantina closed down at 607 W. Gray St. earlier this year, after less than a year of operation.
- Previously on Swamplot: Skinny Rita’s W. Gray Spot Follows March Grand Opening with February Grand Closing; Where Skinny Rita’s Will Be Squeezing in on North Main
Too bad. Takes a lot to run a restaurant.sometimes people dont realize it as the tv food channels make it look so easy. Wishing themnthe best in their future endeavors