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Acre Announces Closure of Both Locations

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Acre Announces Closure of Both Locations
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Acre’s Northwest Boulevard location closed Tuesday, June 25. It’s the first of two closures for the company, which closes its Clintonville store in “another week or two.” The news came in an announcement by founder Todd Mills on the restaurant’s social media accounts.

“We set out to offer wholesome foods built with local ingredients, in a welcoming and accessible way for everyone,” says Mills. “While we’re proud that we’ve accomplished that mission, we’re sad to say that Acre will be closing its doors soon.”

Acre first opened its doors at 2700 N. High St. back in 2014, in the former site of Graffiti Burger and Talita’s Mexican Kitchen. The restaurant focused on seasonal food sourced from local purveyors like Bluescreek Farm Meats, Lucky Cat Bakery, and Snowville Creamery. Acre’s second location in the Fifth by Northwest neighborhood opened in 2016.

“We welcome everyone to stop by our Clintonville/Old North location for one last Sweet Corn Cookie, Thai Bowl, and Peanut Butter Banana Smoothie,” says Mills.

A closing date for Acre’s Clintonville location will be announced in the near future.

For more information, visit acretogo.com.

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