Pbody’s in Springfield is definitely closing its doors
SPRINGFIELD TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) – For fans of Pbody’s Restaurant in Springfield, Saturday was the last day to enjoy their food in Robertson County. At 9:03 p.m. this evening, Pbody closed its doors in Springfield for good, a move that comes just over three months after their open.
The restaurant chain’s decision to close its Springfield store has been tough, according to co-owner Nick Harrington in a conversation with Smokey Barn News on Saturday night. The store is located at 2007 Memorial Boulevard, next to AutoZone.
“WWe just wanted to thank the community for their support and those who have supported us. There are other circumstances, but the most important is that we just didn’t take off like we thought, ”said Harrington. “Our Clarksville Restaurant will remain open, so if you have any gift cards that you purchased during the holidays, you can redeem them at our store in Clarksville.
“II have lived here (Springfield) for 22 years, this is my hometown so I want to personally thank everyone who supported us. It’s a sad day for us, ”said Harrington. “It was just one of those things we had to do.”
Harrington asked us to stress how grateful he was to everyone who helped.
The restaurant seems to be a challenge in the Robertson County area. While we don’t have general restaurant statistics for the Central Tennessee area, we have seen a good number of restaurants come and go over the past few years in Robertson County. Pbody’s is roughly the third of the fourth restaurant / bar to fail at the same location in recent years.
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