Casual Dining Restaurants Continue to Close
CASUAL DINING RESTAURANTS CONTINUE TO CLOSE
On Auction Block: Contents from ten (10) closed Ruby Tuesday locations
Hundreds of casual dining restaurants have recently announced closures nationwide. Restaurants such as Ruby Tuesday, Applebee’s, Chili’s, TGI Friday’s and many others have witnessed the decline of casual dining. Contents from ten (10) closed Ruby Tuesday restaurants are being auctioned ONLINE with auctions ending through May 2, 2017. The auctions are being conducted at www.RestaurantEquipment.Bid.
RestaurantEquipment.Bid is the world’s largest marketplace for used and overstocked restaurant equipment. The starting bid for all items is $1 with no reserves.
Neal Sherman, president of RestaurantEquipment.Bid, explains, “Unfortunately we have been asked to assist in the closure for several of these restaurants. However, this is a unique opportunity for restaurant operators to obtain deep discounts on restaurant equipment.”
RestaurantEquipment.Bid was created to provide the world with the most vibrant and efficient marketplace of surplus, overstocked, and used restaurant and food service equipment. Three decades ago we began by relieving the headache of moving food service equipment into and out of restaurants and supermarkets. The business then expanded to provide equipment and services nationwide for all aspects of the food service industry.