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Ah-Ma’s Taiwanese Kitchen is calling it quits on December 21 after a six-year run in the Midtown Promenade shopping center, the restaurant Thursday announced in an Instagram post.
“Well, folks it’s been an absolute pleasure serving y’all over the past six years,” the social media announcement states. “From the bottom of our hearts, thank you so much for supporting us and joining us on this part of our journey.”
The lease for Ah-Ma’s was up for renewal and with the “overall uncertainty of the times, we have decided not to renew,” the post continues. “Thank you so much for being part of our family and we hope to see you all one more time before this chapter comes to a close. And please keep supporting small businesses as we need you now more than ever!”
Ah-Ma’s is one of many Atlanta restaurants that have permanently shuttered this year citing financial hardships brought on by the novel coronavirus. On Wednesday, Manuel’s Tavern Owner Brian Maloof announced the iconic Poncey-Highland restaurant could be next, but a recently-launched GoFundMe by a longtime patron has already raised more than $75,000 to keep the business going.