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Jeffersontown restaurant permanently closing, cites rising costs

"Due to the rising cost of labor and product, we've determined that it's no longer sustainable."
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LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Another Louisville restaurant has announced it is shutting its doors for the last time.

Angio's Italian Restaurant announced the permanent closure on Facebook saying the decision was made with "the heaviest of hearts and tear filled eyes."

The restaurant said they have to close their doors because of the rising cost of labor and products. "It's no longer sustainable," Angio's said.

The family-owned business on Blankenbaker Parkway thanked the community for its continued support over the past two decades.

"Our customers have been the absolute best and it's what's kept us going for the better part of two and a half decades," the post reads. "Last week was a testament to the love and support we've had through all these years."

This is the most difficult post I’ve had to make and it’s being done with the heaviest of hearts and tear filled eyes....

Posted by Angio's Italian Restaurant on Wednesday, January 25, 2023

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