UPDATE @ 1 p.m. (March 25)
LaRosa’s Inc. cited “consistently low sales” as the primary reason for the closure of its Beavercreek restaurant.
“It’s always our goal to successfully operate pizzerias long-term, however despite our tireless efforts, the Beavercreek pizzeria didn’t perform as well as we’d hoped. We genuinely appreciate the local team and our Dayton area guests who consistently supported us,” said Michael LaRosa, CEO, in a release issued Sunday afternoon.
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The Beavercreek restaurant at 2453 Esquire Drive opened in 2004.
All team members have been offered positions at other LaRosa’s locations in the Dayton area, which are in Englewood, Kettering and Centerville.
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FIRST REPORT (March 24)
The LaRosa’s Pizzeria in Beavercreek has closed for good.
It’s not clear when the restaurant at 2453 Esquire Drive was last open for business.
Employees have been offered jobs at other area stores, according to a supervisor at the Cincinnati-based pizza chain’s order line.
We have reached out to the corporate office to find out why the restaurant closed.
LaRosa’s also has locations in Kettering, Centerville and Englewood. In late 2016, it closed its Huber Heights restaurant, citing sluggish business at that store.
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