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Pancho’s closes one of two Springfield restaurants

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Pancho’s Mexican Food closed one of two restaurants operating in the Queen City.

The company’s Facebook page for its 2027 N. Glenstone Ave. restaurant on June 6 posted the eatery had shut down.

“We want to fully dedicate ourselves to one restaurant; therefore our sister restaurant will be the only Pancho’s in Springfield,” the post reads.

The sister restaurant, located at 2110 S. Campbell Ave., opened in 2016 at a former Long John Silver’s near Bass Pro Shops.

When the South Campbell space was leased earlier in 2016, Lee McLean III of Sperry Van Ness/Rankin Co. LLC said Daniel Aleman owned both Pancho’s restaurants in Springfield. Aleman and other officials could not be reached immediately this morning for comment.

Pancho’s, which bills itself as a 24-hour fast-food Mexican chain, also has Missouri locations in Kansas City and Blue Springs, according to its website.


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