Thursday 27 June, 2019

Dachin announces closure of Ruby Tuesday franchise

Picture: Ruby Tuesday, Grand Bazaar. Photo via TriniGo.

Picture: Ruby Tuesday, Grand Bazaar. Photo via TriniGo.

Ruby Tuesday has closed its doors after serving T&T for 16 years. 

In a statement, franchise holder Dachin Group confirmed the closure and thanked customers for their loyalty and support over the years.

The company also teased the launch of a new local restaurant brand which it promised will "usher in a new and exciting dining experience featuring a variety of tastes from around the world."

Below is the full statement from Dachin Group of Companies: 

On Sunday 24th March, 2019, after 16 years in operation, our Ruby Tuesday franchise in Trinidad and Tobago closed its doors, bringing the curtain down on an amazing success story shared and enjoyed with the people of T&T.

Your support and loyalty over the years has made our experience as incredible as it was, and for that, we sincerely thank you.

Now, the Dachin Group of Companies looks forward to sharing the start of a new chapter with you in the form of our latest venture, as we raise the curtain on our very own local restaurant brand, which will very soon usher in a new and exciting dining experience featuring a variety of tastes from around the world.

We hope that you'll join us in this new venture so that it can grow to enjoy the same level of loyalty and support. Once again, thank you. Now, we can't wait to launch and put the world at your table. 
 

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