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Polaris restaurant closes after opening less than a year ago

Polaris restaurant closes after opening less than a year ago

Jack McLaughlin

Lewis Center Kitchen & Bar first opened in the Polaris area in early November of 2020. Less than a year later, on Oct. 15, the eatery called it quits.

The from-scratch restaurant that served up a variety of contemporary American fare and comfort food was located at 1611 Polaris Pkwy., and operated from the former Polaris-area Bar Louie location. 

The eatery announced the closure on their social media pages, citing the impact of COVID-19 on business, as well as staffing issues. 

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“Thank you for all the good times and laughter we had. It was a great adventure and experience, but COVID has not made it an easy road, especially with staffing since day 1,” a statement from the restaurant reads.

Lewis Central Kitchen & Bar encouraged fans to patronize its sister restaurant, House of Japan, which has locations in both Polaris, at 8701 Sancus Blvd., and Dublin, at 6153 Parkcenter Cir.

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