Welp, It was good while it lasted I guess. My boyfriend is gonna be laid off and we will have to figure out what to do next considering that Souplantation is closing all of their restaurants because of coronavirus basically.
Topics regarding store closing at Souplantation & Sweet Tomatoes
As a Floridan I must say that this is a travesty. Sweet Tomatoes is closing 97 of their restaurants - permanently - and citing the coronavirus as one of the main factors in this decision. Too much is happening this year.
I am bored senseless these days and I'm just thinking about the most random things. Like I know what happened with Souplantation but I don't think I ever saw a concrete and factual closing list. Does anyone have one of those?
Sweet Tomatoes is permanently closed in Phoenix and I for one am honest to God so sad by it. I know it happened some time ago but I still can't get used to not having the store at East Camelback Rd being open for business.
Post if you have more info, but this Souplantation may be closing
Do you think that more Souplantation stores will be closed? I am interested in San Diego and Orange County only. Please share if you know.
Some people say it's closed but rumors are that it's survived
First of all I email the Corporate office on more than one occasion concerning their Over Priced Lettuce and Soup. I mean really...come on it's only lettuce, vegetable's, a little pasta, and sides. Not worth $11.99 per person and in most peoples... — read more
anyone has this info? how about workers? what's the plan? transfer to other SP locations?
Closing - that's a bummer - one of the best places we had in my hood is to be closed - sad!
I heard it's 30 stores - Soup and Sweet Tomatoes - but nobody knows what stores are affected. Do you know if they will be transferring employees, or is everyone being laid off?
More details here - OC is not affected... http://www.ocregister.com/articles/company-731025-restaurants-fresh.html There is a ton of locations here in the Orange County - Fullerton, Garden Grove, Brea, Tustin, Costa Mesa, Foothill Ranch... — read more
But you never know - Marina Del Ray was busy but they still closed it - food tastes are changing in people and restaurants go out of business all the time - I hope this outfit in Irvine (it's on Main Street) stays open as it provides inexpensive food... — read more