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Baja Fresh Closes it’s Doors in the Shoppes of Wesley Chapel plaza

According to the Wesley Chapel Neighborhood News:

Baja Fresh Mexican Grill, which had been located in the same Shoppes of Wesley Chapel plaza as Hungry Greek & Dickey’s BBQ at 2653 Bruce B. Downs (BBD) Blvd. since last summer, closed its doors on June 23. Also closing was owner/partner Kush Vallabh’s most recent addition to the plaza, Buddy’s Hot Dogs. Vallabh and at least one other partner have now opened and closed four eateries in the plaza – Baja Fresh, Buddy’s, iCream and the Coffee Brewhouse. 

Barry Jackson, the managing member of Momenta Real Estate Brokers for the plaza, which is located directly across BBD from the new Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel (FHWC), says that Vallabh and his partners are “getting out of the retail business altogether and are now concentrating on their primary business – motels.”

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Baja Fresh posted this comment on their Facebook Page:

Hello friends and valued customers, we regret to inform you that we are closing our doors permanently effective Monday 6/24/13. We appreciate the past support from our customers and the local community.

What do you think?  What was the problem with Baja Fresh? Location? Price? Ease of Access? Leave comments below!



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  1. I believe the plaza has limited access. you really cannot see them easily. having to drive a loop to get in doesn’t make me want to shop these stores.