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 Cooker chain R. I. P.

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Cooker chain R. I. P. Sat, 05/1/04 2:07 AM (permalink)
Like the 1970s rock group Queen sang, another one bites the dust. An article can be found at http://www.tennessean.com/local/archives/04/04/50617731.shtml.
 
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    The Travelin Man

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    • Location: Central FL
    RE: Cooker chain R. I. P. Sat, 05/1/04 9:38 AM (permalink)
    Good riddance. The one in Melbourne, FL closed quite a few years ago due to lack of interest, and it was converted into a Smokey Bones. I'll take that trade any day.

    Steve
     
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      Michael Hoffman

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      RE: Cooker chain R. I. P. Sat, 05/1/04 10:40 AM (permalink)
      While I'm sorry for the Cooker employees who found out about it when they showed up for work only to see padlocks on the doors, but I stopped eating at a Cooker when they switched to frozen, portion-controlled food from freshly-prepared on premises product.
       
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