Midtown Taqueria Shutters After 15 Years In Business

Frogs Cantina joins neighbor Ah-Ma’s in closing up shop this year
Frogs Cantina - Midtown Taqueria Shutters After 15 Years In Business
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Frogs Cantina is no longer serving Tex-Mex in Midtown. The restaurant closed its Midtown Promenade doors on December 20, Frogs Tuesday announced on its Facebook page. The taqueria had been in operation for 15 years, at 931 Monroe Dr. NE.

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“Had one hell of a run for 15 awesome memorable years,” Owner Clint Barrow wrote in the social media post. “Thank you to all our amazing staff, our friends, our families, and all the brilliant fun times and stories shared…”

Midtown Promenade lost two restaurant tenants last week. Ah-Ma’s Taiwanese Kitchen closed in an adjacent space a day later on December 21, after six years. Although Barrow did not disclose the reason for shuttering Frogs, Ah-Ma’s owners cited the “overall uncertainty of the times” for their decision not to renew the restaurant’s lease.

More changes are inbound at the midtown shopping complex. Developers are in the process of renovating and remerchandising the center with new tenant announcements likely in 2021 — including for the Richard’s Variety Store and Tuesday Morning anchor spaces.

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak

5 Responses

  1. Only 15 years? I swear I was there drinking margaritas for my 30th the night before 9/11. Hmmmm…that would be at least 19 years.

  2. The Trump Pandemic and the Trump Great Depression claims another victim. All because Trump lied about the Trump Virus, calling it a hoax and a flu and engaging in a cover up to protect the stock market. Lock him up.

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