JACK Cleveland Casino will say goodbye to Corky & Lenny's at the end of January.
After nine years delivering gamblers a taste of what they could score at the Chagrin Blvd. location, owners Amanda and Kenny Kurland are calling it a day downtown, they told Cleveland Jewish News
JACK had once emphasized local brands, sporting a B-Spot from Michael Symon and a Rosie & Rocco's Italian concept from Rocco Whalen, both of which departed in 2017 at the end of their leases, in addition to the eastside deli import in Corky's.
With a pandemic and fewer gamblers coming through door, along with the statewide curfew, casino traffic isn't what it was before. JACK, CJN reported, allowed Corky & Lenny's to depart a year from their contract.
“It was a great run for 10 years,” Kenny Kurland told CJN. “We were excited to be there. We were excited to have another small location. Things sometimes come to an end.”
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