Tuesday, May 30, 2017

The Ever Changing Restaurant


I took this photo looking out a second floor window at the Phoenix Art Museum.  That building with the red roof has been so many different restaurants, I've lost count.  It was a simple diner for a while and an Asian restaurant and then recently a Thai restaurant.  Now I see it's a Mexican restaurant.  I wonder how long this one will last.

14 comments:

Bill Nicholls said...

Bet it started out as a Pizza Hut

Thérèse said...

It's seems that the location is not top then...

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Goodness there have been a few different food types sold here. Everyone loves Mexican food so maybe this one will be longer lasting.. hopefully!

Christine said...

At least it's still in use! Tastes change, I suppose!

Karl Demetz said...

Each time with a different owner?
Or the same owner with different cuisines?

Judy Ryer said...

We have a few here that change quite often. That one does kind of look like it started out as a Pizza Hut.

Lowell said...

Its basic configuration looks very much like a Denny's. We have these kinds of places, too. I think the restaurant business is not an easy way to make a living.

Stefan Jansson said...

Happens in my area as well. Indian food place closed, A few week later it was a Turkish grill.

RedPat said...

Maybe a Mexican place will have more luck.

bill burke said...

I wonder if this new version will last. The only good thing coming from all the changes is that the building is still being used.

William Kendall said...

There are some shops here that seem to have that same sort of trend, shifting from one to another type after a few months or a year.

Jeanne said...

Same thing happens in the area that I live in. You would think by the 3rd or 4th change someone would get the message that it is not a good restaurant spot! Thank you so much for stopping by my blog

Lois said...

It does look like an old Pizza Hut. The same thing happens here, especially around the university campus.

Steve Reed said...

Must be a cursed location! You'd think being next to the museum would be a big plus.