COLORADO, USA — Rubio's Coastal Grill will close 12 locations, including all six of its restaurants in Colorado, due to the business impact of COVID-19.
The fast casual Mexican food restaurant chain had operated locations in Denver, Lakewood, Littleton, Aurora, Highlands Ranch and Broomfield.
"Unfortunately, due to the business impact of COVID-19, Rubio’s has made the difficult decision to close 12 locations in the Colorado and Florida markets, and is in the process of formalizing these closures now," said a statement provided to 9NEWS by Rubio's Coastal Grill.
"Rubio’s will continue to focus on their core markets - California, Arizona and Nevada."
Last month Souplantation and Sweet Tomatoes announced they would not survive the impact of the pandemic.
That restaurant chain is closing its 97 buffet-style restaurants, including its locations in Aurora, Lone Tree, Littleton and Westminster.
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