The Kansas City restaurant is closing after almost a decade in business

Cheddar’s Scratch Kitchen at 8380 N. Booth Ave in Northland Kansas City will be permanently closed Sunday.

“Unfortunately, after careful consideration, we have made the difficult business decision to close our Kansas City North restaurant effective August 28,” a representative said announced on the restaurant’s Facebook page. “We continuously evaluate the performance of all our restaurants and unfortunately sometimes have to close a location.”

The specific reason was unclear. cheddar is part of Darden Restaurants, which also owns other chains including Olive Garden and Longhorn Steakhouse. Darden spokeswoman Kristin Colville did not respond to a request for comment.

“To be honest we’ve never really gotten a straight answer as to why we’re closing,” an employee who worked on Friday told The Star.

“We are so sad to say goodbye to the wonderful waiters, managers and hostesses we have come to know over the years,” one customer wrote on Facebook. “We just hope someone sees an opportunity to continue using this beautiful building for a restaurant in the near future and save our booth.”

The location near Liberty opened in 2014 and serves dishes like fried chicken steak, broccoli and cheese casserole, and chicken and pecan salad.

Two other Cheddar’s in the Kansas City area remain open: 11865 W. 95th St. in Overland Park and 4675 South Bass Pro Drive in Independence.

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