(WFXR) — Country Cookin is set to close its remaining restaurants — including those in Christiansburg, Lexington, and Troutville — by the end of the weekend after closing several other locations in September due to hardships amid the coronavirus pandemic.
According to Country Cookin’s Facebook post on Friday, Oct. 16, the last day of business at all locations will be Sunday, Oct. 18.
This news comes after Country Cookin announced the closure of its Melrose Avenue restaurant in Roanoke, its Timberlake Road restaurant in Lynchburg, and additional locations in Orange and Warrenton on Sept. 17.
“We are grateful to the many friends, guests, and wonderful employees who have been part of our Country Cookin family over the past four decades,” the restaurant said. “We pray for health, safety, and a prosperous 2021 for all. We wish you and your loved ones good health and safety.”
You can check out the hours of operation for the weekend at Country Cookin’s Christiansburg, Culpeper, Lexington, Staunton, and Troutville locations by clicking here.
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