Senser Closes 2nd Restaurant, Economic Reason Cited
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MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – A second restaurant owned by former Minnesota Viking Joe Senser has closed.
The Plymouth restaurant has a sign on the door saying it shut down for economic reasons. The restaurant officially closed on March 1, according to a former employee.
Back in November, the same reason was given when the Joe Sensers in Eagan closed down.
There are still restaurants open in Roseville and Bloomington.
Senser’s wife, Amy Senser, is currently involved in a trial in the hit-and-run death of a 38-year-old man last August.