Tijuana Flats Filing For Bankruptcy, Closing Restaurants

Tijuana Flats filing for bankruptcy, closing multiple South Florida locations. A total of 11 of the Florida-based restaurants were closed, with 9 of those being in South Florida.

The fast-casual Tex-Mex restaurant chain was founded in 1995 in Winter Park and is now owned by Flatheads, LLC.

The company used a unit-by-unit analysis of financial performance, occupancy costs, and market conditions to decide which locations to close.

Here are the locations that are closing:

14633 Miramar Parkway, Miramar

1371 S University Drive, Plantation

1619 E Sunrise Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale

5065 Old Dixie Highway, Oakland Park

6970 State Road 7, Coconut Creek

431 S Federal Highway, Pompano Beach

390 N Congress Avenue, Boynton Beach

20401 State Road 7, West Boca Raton

2089 Palm Beach Lakes Boulevard, West Palm Beach

There are 65 company-owned locations throughout the state and 26 franchised restaurants in Florida, Alabama, North Carolina and Tennessee.

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