"We unfortunately needed to end our journey."
The Quarter Bistro Closes
From the October, 2019 issue
The Quarter Bistro & Tavern closed in late September. The restaurant, known for the giant garlic bulb sculpture over its entryway, served Cajun-inspired cuisine from its island in the Westgate parking lot for fourteen years. Owners and brothers Jim, George, and Theo Michos also own the Original Cottage Inn downtown.
"We struggled with this decision over many months, and after many failed attempts to take different paths we unfortunately needed to end our journey," an email sent out by the bistro read. It added that some Quarter employees will be joining the staff at the Cottage Inn pizza chain and Original Cottage Inn.
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[Originally published in October, 2019.]
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