What happened to Claim Jumpers?
Claim Jumper, the massive surf-and-turf chain that had its beginnings in Los Alamitos in 1977, has permanently closed its Long Beach location near Second Street and Pacific Coast Highway. Last year, the Claim Jumper in Brea closed after 25 years of service.
Why did Claim Jumper closed?
“It is with heavy hearts that we announce our Fountain Valley location permanently closed on Feb. 24th, 2020 due to a natural lease expiration and the landlord redeveloping the land.” The building will be demolished, employees will move on.
What happened to Claim Jumper Carmel Mountain Ranch?
This restaurant is permanently closed. Our friendly environment is ideal for celebrating special occasions, hosting a business lunch or gathering for a delicious meal with friends and family. Our saloons are a comfortable gathering place to relax after a day at work, to catch a game or share an appetizer with friends.
When did Claim Jumper Carmel Mountain close?
Temecula’s Claim Jumper restaurant will close May 24.
Did claim jumpers go out of business?
Claim Jumper restaurants in Irvine and Torrance shut down Monday night — among the first of what could be other closures planned for the bankrupt Orange County casual dining chain. Claim Jumper spokeswoman Anita-Marie Laurie confirmed Tuesday afternoon that the two Southern California restaurants closed.
Who owns Claim Jumper now?
Acquisition by Landry’s, Inc. In October 2010, Landry’s, Inc. acquired Claim Jumper, with a bid of $76.6 million.
What is replacing Claim Jumper in Fountain Valley?
On November 13, 2019, the Planning Commission approved a new 15,850 square foot building that will replace the Claim Jumper at the Fountain Valley Plaza Shopping Center at Brookhurst Street and Talbert Avenue.