Pizzeria Regina Restaurants Remain Despite Parent Company’s Chapter 11 Filing, And More…

Food Service News In Brief

The parent company of Pizzeria Regina has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, but the pizza chain will continue even though it will close a few locations in food courts and malls. Boston Restaurant Associates entered bankruptcy proceedings in order to get out of several leases at some mall locations with slow foot traffic. Four company restaurants—at the Emerald Square mall in North Attleboro, Massachusetts; Pheasant Lane Mall in Nashua, New Hampshire; Mall of New New Hampshire in Manchester; and the Arsenal Mall in Watertown, Massachusetts—will not reopen and 30 employees will be displaced as a result of the closings. The flagship restaurant, established in 1926 in Boston’s North End, will remain open, along with 14 other locations…

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Mike Berger

Mike Berger

Mike enjoys touring various supermarkets to check out the latest foods and trends. When he isn’t writing, he takes pleasure in sports, his family and young, energetic grandchild.

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