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Carrabba’s Italian Grill is no longer open for business in Dunwoody.
“Thank you for calling Carrabba’s Italian Grill. This location is permanently closed,” a recording on the restaurant’s voicemail states. “Please visit Carrabbas.com to find your nearest location.”
The restaurant in the Perimeter Place shopping center, at 1210 Ashford Crossing, has since been removed from the Carrabba’s website and has been marked as “permanently closed” on sites like Google and Yelp.
Nearby locations are in Cumberland and Sugarloaf, with a total of 13 locations across the state.
“Closing a restaurant is never easy,” a company spokesperson in an email Thursday told What Now Atlanta.
“The decision was based solely on business circumstances and has no reflection on the employees or management team. All employees will receive a severance package and some will have the opportunity to transfer to a nearby restaurant. We appreciate the community’s support over the past 14 years and hope to see them at our Cumberland location.”
Carrabba’s Italian Grill was founded in Houston, TX by Johnny Carrabba and Damian Mandola in December of 1986 and is best known for its wood-burning grill.