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One of the most unique restaurants in Northeast Ohio is nearing its end.
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On Thursday, Architectural Justice Gallery & Café announced that it will be closing its Strongsville restaurant following its final day of operation on Sunday, Nov. 7. Meanwhile, it will be moving its retail operations to its Design Center in Medina.
Ahead of its closing, the company will hold a moving sale at the Strongsville location from Tuesday, Oct. 19 through Nov. 7. Additionally, all events scheduled at the Strongsville location through the end of October will continue as planned and gift cards will be honored at the company’s Design Center in Medina for in-store merchandise, products, or design services.
The company says that it will "assist and support 'Gallery and Cafe' staff in finding new employment opportunities."
While the restaurant may be closing, Architectural Justice says that its business will continue to expand. Recently, Architectural Justice launched a new metal product line, Fittings Metal Collection, which recently earned the national Kitchen & Bath Business 2021 Product of the Year Award.
“Our focus moving forward will be directed on expanding our operations for our Design Center and our manufacturing capabilities for our new metal product line,” owner James Justice said in a statement. “We are dedicated to producing high-quality products made locally and in the United States.”
Justice also said that he expresses "gratitude to the community of Strongsville, their patrons, and their past and present employees for all of their hard work and dedication over the last four years."