Guadalajara Café closes in south KC
02/26/2014 10:55 AM
02/26/2014 12:01 PM
Guadalajara Café has closed in Watts Mill Plaza.
Brixmor Property Group, broker for the center, said Guadalajara opened in the mid-1990s and closed over the weekend. The owner did not return phone calls, but sources said the restaurant may relocate.
Brixmor is in discussions with possible tenants for the 3,600-square-foot restaurant space at 1144 W. 103rd St., the only vacancy at the center.
A sister Guadalajara Café is in Lee’s Summit but it has been under different ownership for a couple of years.
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