All Orlando-area Fuddruckers locations are suddenly closing


Tuesday, February 8, 2022

Through Alex Galbraith on Tue 8 Feb 2022 at 10:49

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  • All Fuddruckers locations in the Orlando area are now closed.

All Orlando-area Fuddruckers have closed, according to a post shared on the locations’ Facebook pages.

Until recently, Metro Orlando had three outposts of the fast-casual burger chain. The first to fall was at the crossroads in Lake Buena Vista. This entire retail outlet has been absorbed by FDOT as part of its ongoing I-4 expansion project.

The two remaining Fuddruckers were in Apopka (2300 E. Semoran Blvd.) and Orlando (4311 E. Colonial Drive). The letterhead announcing their closure still listed the three restaurants. It also opened with a headline that read, “All of our Orlando restaurants have closed.” (sic)

No reason was given for the closure of the remaining restaurants.

“It was a very difficult, but ultimately necessary decision,” they wrote.

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