Hudson Valley Applebee’s Closed For Good
A very popular Applebee's location in the Hudson Valley has served its last customer.
The Applebee's at the Woodbury Common Premium Outlets closed for good on Monday. Sunday was the location's last day in business, a worker confirmed over the phone to Hudson Valley Post.
According to the company, the restaurant closed because its lease wasn't renewed.
"Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar and our team members have enjoyed 20+ years serving shoppers and the surrounding neighborhood at our restaurant location in Woodbury Common Premium Outlets," Director of Marketing & Public Relations for Applebee's Stephanie Griffin said in a statement when news broke in April of the upcoming closure. "Our closure in July is strictly due to non-renewal of our lease at the mall and for no other reason. Our team members and managers will continue to work at this location through the closing date and all have been offered a position at our other Applebee’s locations in Hudson Valley including Newburgh, Wallkill, Kingston and Poughkeepsie."
Woodbury Common Premium Outlets General Manager David Mistretta also confirmed the closure in April, adding new food offerings would be announced in the future.
The Applebee's location at Woodbury Common Premium Outlets will close at the end of July. We are always looking for opportunities to elevate the customer experience on-site and look forward to welcoming a new and exciting eatery that will enhance the world-class fashion and food offerings available at the property. We are excited to announce this new addition in the near future.
According to a Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notice, the closure impacts 55 employees.
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