Charlie Brown's Steakhouse to Reopen in Early Spring
The steakhouse will be hiring 40 to 60 people.
Charlie Brown’s Steakhouse will reopen in early spring after it closed its doors in November 2010 as part of the company’s bankruptcy filing.
Renovations in the restaurant include additional booths, new carpeting, new wood floors in the bar area and fresh paint, according to a news release.
“Charlie Brown’s is excited to reopen at the East Windsor location. We are looking forward to having our long-time guests come back and dine with us,” said Scott Courounis, director of purchasing for CB Restaurants Inc, said in a news release.
The steakhouse also plans to hire around 40 to 60 people for various positions, the release said.
“We are excited to have Charlie Brown’s Steakhouse reopen at this prominent location in our community,” Mayor Janice Mironov said in the release. “Charlie Brown’s has been a popular stop for area residents looking for a good place to dine for lunch or dinner. And the restaurant opening will create a series of new local job opportunities.”
In 2010, Charlie Brown’s Steakhouse filed voluntary petitions for protection under Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code, and closed 47 of its locations.
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