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Midtown’s Einstein’s Has Closed Its Doors After 30 Years On Juniper Street

By Jack Rattenbury

Midtown’s Einstein’s Has Closed Its Doors After 30 Years On Juniper Street

Juniper Street’s Einstein’s has officially closed.

The midtown restaurant Einstein’s shut its doors over the weekend for the final time, with the business officially closing after 30 years on Juniper Street.

An official statement from Metrotainment Cafes reads, “Einsteins hosted its final service this past weekend and has now closed for regular dining. The restaurant and space will be available for private events until October for those seeking spaces for rehearsal dinners, wedding receptions, corporate events and more.”

Credit: Einsteins

The cafe and restaurant owners put the building up for sale, along with Einsteins sibling Joe’s on Juniper. Both will be demolished, but Joe’s on Juniper will remain open until October. We’re hopeful that new versions of the tasty additions to Juniper Street will resurface over time.

There are talks and rumors suggesting something is going to happen and that it won’t be the end of these restaurants. However, nothing has been confirmed as of yet.

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We promise to keep you up to date as the information comes, along with lots of recommendations for incredible ATL eats.

Check out Joe’s on Juniper on Juniper Street before it closes this October.