The Smashburger in CenterCourt closed around the end of July; Jamba Juice, left, is still open. A Firehouse Subs in the complex closed in May.
The Smashburger in CenterCourt closed around the end of July; Jamba Juice, left, is still open. A Firehouse Subs in the complex closed in May. File photo
The Smashburger in CenterCourt closed around the end of July; Jamba Juice, left, is still open. A Firehouse Subs in the complex closed in May. File photo

Restaurants close in condo building near UK. Smashburger, Firehouse Subs both gone.

August 24, 2017 10:51 AM

UPDATED August 24, 2017 04:03 PM

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  • 'It's a sexy man carrying a turkey.'

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