Looking Back at Businesses Closed in 2012
Slate includes young restaurants, decades-old Morristown icons.
Morristown may be a hair or two under just three square miles, but there's a lot of commerce to be had. As with any densely-packed sardine can, many new faces find their way onto the scene—and many say "goodbye."
Here, we look back at the businesses that shuttered in 2012. If you know of any others we missed, let us know in the comments. And, of course, to read about the many businesses that opened the past year, click here.
"Leasing complications" and a "weak economic climate" are being blamed for the sudden closure of Greenberry's Coffee and Tea, which will shut its doors for the last time at the end of business on Tuesday, Jan. 10.
Potential new owners have submitted plans to town that would call for larger dining area, smaller bar area.
Morristown and Chester locations closing to customers at end of June, unless a buyer can be found.
After almost two years, Zebu Forno is closing its doors at the end of the day Tuesday.
Before self-serve froyo invaded Morristown, this South Street business had cornered the market.
Ford Model T among items to be sold as part of business closure.
The Speedwell Avenue Italian cafe has closed its doors.
Cafe sold soups, sandwiches in addition to desserts.