Slurping Turtle in Ann Arbor is closing for renovations
ANN ARBOR – Slurping Turtle, the downtown location known for its ramen and sushi, will close its doors on Thursday for six to eight weeks due to renovation work in the dining room, according to management.
Earlier this month, the restaurant announced plans to temporarily close, citing staffing issues due to the pandemic.
“Like many other restaurants and businesses, we at Slurping Turtle are currently struggling to find enough people to do what we love to do, which is to deliver great and memorable experiences through our food and service,” the announcement reads .
“The temporary closing of our doors makes us sad, but we are also very happy about this unexpected opportunity to redesign our dining room and to take the time we need to give our employees a well-deserved rest!”
Don’t worry, we won’t go away completely! Keep an eye out for upcoming collaborations. Thank you and have fun sipping! All details in the picture below. pic.twitter.com/FDzmy0L8XU
– Slurping Turtle Ann Arbor (@SlurpAnnArbor) September 8, 2021
During the renovation process, Slurping Turtle will continue to hire and train new employees.
Management said the restaurant “won’t go completely away” during the closure and that pop-up events and collaborations with other local businesses are in the works.
Wednesday September 29th is the last day the restaurant is open to the public and dinner service starts at 5:00 PM
Slurping Turtle is located at 608 E. Liberty St.
Visit www.slurpingturtle.com/annarbor for more information.
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