Popular Illinois Bar And Grill Is Closing Its Doors
Another popular business on the Illinois side of the Quad Cities will be closing its doors this spring. The local restaurant company that owns it recently closed another restaurant and is taking over a golf course grill the same day this Rock Island restaurant is opening.
Many people in Rock Island are sad to hear the news that City Limits Saloon and Grill (4514 9th St.) will be closing its door at the start of April. The owners hope someone will take the location soon to fill it with a concept that the community needs.
Rock Island is Losing a Popular Restaurant
On Tuesday, owners of City Limits Saloon and Grill in Rock Island announced that the restaurant will be closing its doors for good on Saturday, April 1st.
In the social media post announcement, owners said:
To our City Limits Friends and Customers, after much consideration, we have made the tough decision to close the restaurant effective April 1st. We appreciate the long history of City Limits in the community and want to thank all of our wonderful guests and employees over these past years.
They went on to say that they hope the building is filled quickly with a new concept that will meet the communities needs.
Owners of City Limits encourage everyone with gift cards to use them before the bar and grill's official closure on April 1st.
City Limits Owners Closed Another QC Restaurant
Owners of City Limits Saloon and Grill also own the former Blue Iguana location in LeClaire.
Earlier this month, Food Drink Friends, Inc., the ownership group of City Limts, Steventons, The Tangled Wood, and Blue Iguana announced they closed the doors of the popular Mexican restaurant.
The next day, Food Drink Friends, Inc. and the City of Bettendorf entered into a professional agreement for the local restaurant group to manage the Palmer Grill at Palmer Hills Golf Course. Palmer Grill will open the same day that City Limits will close.