RIP J. Gumbo’s. Who’s next?

J Gumbo’sIn a move that probably won’t surprise anyone who tried the food, J. Gumbo’s is closing after a six-month run on the first floor of the Hampton Inn downtown on Maryland Street. In the last year, the space has been three concepts: a Buffalo Wild Wings, BadaBoomz and J. Gumbo’s. The Cajun joint with an impressive beer menu likely won’t be the only restaurant closing at the end of the year; real estate sources say several restaurants are looking for buyers and negotiating to exit leases early (J. Gumbo’s lease is expiring). Stay tuned for details. Which restaurants do you expect to shut down?

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