ROANOKE — Country Cookin announced Friday that it will close all of its restaurant locations.
Their last day of business will be Sunday.
“We are sad to announce our last day of business at all locations will be Sunday, Oct. 18,” the restaurant chain said in a Facebook post.
“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 post said.
The chain was founded in Roanoke in November 1981 and it established 13 locations in Southwest Virginia, the Shenandoah Valley and the U.S. Route 29 Corridor.
In September, Country Cookin closed several locations due to struggling business conditions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The remaining locations are located in Troutville, Lexington, Christiansburg, Culpeper and Staunton.
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