Metrotainment Cafes To Shutter Hudson FC October 20

Soccer-centric sports bar is 'actively looking' for a new home.
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Hudson FC International Sports Pub is closing its doors for good over the weekend, according to a statement from parent company Metrotainment Cafes Wednesday.

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The last day for the soccer-centric restaurant—an “official pub partner” of the Atlanta United FC—will be Sunday, October 20.

“We can confirm that Hudson FC will be closing this Sunday, October 20 after two great years of service,” Jeff Landau, CEO of Metrotainment Cafes, said in a prepared statement.

“We feel that while the restaurant was successful and became a home for Atlanta United and all soccer fans, it was not an ideal location for a soccer bar. We are actively looking for a new location for Hudson FC, and in the meantime, we encourage our regulars to continue the watch parties at Hudson Grille Brookhaven.”

Hudson FC, situated near sister eateries Hudson Grille and Sugar Shack, at 4058 Peachtree Road, in the Brookhaven Station shopping center, opened mid-2017.

It will be the second Metrotianment Cafes concept to close its doors in less than 12 months.

The company’s Cowtippers restaurant closed its doors and has since been razed to make way for a new bank.

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JB
8 months ago

I hope they don’t move too far, this is a great restaurant.

John
8 months ago

This place and company are tragic. How many failed concepts and openings around this city before this company is out of business entirely? Time will tell.

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