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Bass Pro restaurant in Myrtle Beach closes

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Bass Pro Shops' Islamorada Fish Company Restaurant at the Myrtle Beach Mall in South Carolina has closed.

The restaurant opened in 2004 and is adjacent to a Bass Pro store. It's part of Bass Pro's restaurant portfolio.

“The Islamorada Fish Company Restaurant in Myrtle Beach ceased operations this past weekend in conjunction with a broader revitalization taking place at the development,” Bass Pro spokesman Jack Wlezien said in a statement. “Bass Pro Shops' Outdoor World will remain open. All restaurant associates received severance packages and the option to apply for openings at Outdoor World.”

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