KANSAS CITY, Mo. – A Kansas City-area Mexican restaurant has announced plans to close two of its metro locations.
A release from Ted’s Café Escondido said the restaurant plans to close locations near Shoal Creek in the Northland and at Corbin Park in Overland Park.
A third location in Lee’s Summit remains open.
David Foxx, Ted’s vice president of operations, said the closings are difficult but that the company is trying to “enhance the value” of the brand.
“Even though that meant closing these locations, we’re grateful for the relationships we’ve made in the Shoal Creek and Overland Park communities, and we look forward to continuing to serve our loyal guests at our nearest location in Lee’s Summit,” said Foxx in the release.
The first restaurant opened in 1991.