Parkers Blue Ash Tavern Has Closed Due to the Coronavirus Impact

The upscale eatery served the neighborhood for nearly four decades

click to enlarge Parkers Blue Ash Tavern - Photo: parkersblueash.com
Photo: parkersblueash.com
Parkers Blue Ash Tavern

Parkers Blue Ash Tavern, an upscale, all-American restaurant known for their land and sea dishes and their incredible Sunday brunch offerings is closing its doors due to the impact of the coronavirus.

The nearly 40-year-old eatery updated their website with the announcement.

"Due to the uncertainty associated with the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the restaurant industry, and Parkers Blue Ash Tavern in particular, it has been very difficult for us to plan a reopening," the website says.

The team behind Parkers Blue Ash Tavern explained on their website that they will be issuing refunds on all gift cards once their corporate offices have reopened. Send an email with your contact information, unique gift card number and return mailing address to [email protected] to request your refund. 

It also appears that the restaurant's Facebook page has been taken down.

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