This Long-Standing Langhorne Restaurant Just Closed Without Warning. Read to Learn When, Where, and Why

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The longtime eatery closed without warning.

A longtime favorite restaurant of Bucks County residents has suddenly closed, and now the community is wondering what happened. Chris Rollins wrote about the closure for 94.5 PST.

Bertucci’s Italian Restaurant, which was located at 675 Middletown Boulevard in Langhorne, permanently closed their doors in the last few days, with seemingly no warning to their customers. Located in the vicinity of the Oxford Valley Mall, the restaurant was one of many dining establishments that locals and visitors came to on a regular basis.

A recorded message from the now-closed eatery stated “”We are very sorry that your favorite location is closed. We want to thank you for the years of loyalty to Bertucci’s.”

The chain that owns the Langhorne restaurant filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy this past week. As the longtime establishment closes its doors, local residents are beginning to wonder what will take its place.

Read more about Bertucci’s closure at 94.5 PST.

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