After closing 50+ locations across the country recently, Red Lobster could be closing another 100+ restaurants including four more in New York soon.

Last month we told you that the iconic seafood restaurant chain Red Lobster was closing 50+ locations across the county locations as it attempts to navigate its way through bankruptcy proceedings. Out of the 50+ locations that abruptly closed 10 were located across New York including restaurants in Lakewood, Buffalo, Amherst, Williamsville, Rochester, Stony Brook, Scarsdale, and Nanuet, New York.

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Two Hudson Valley Red Lobsters Close

The Red Lobster restaurants in Poughkeepsie, NY at 2255 South Road (Route 9) and Kingston, NY at 1 Miron Lane closed, leaving only 19 Red Lobsters left across New York. That number is expected to be trimmed even more as Red Lobster has announced that they are preparing to possibly close another 100+ restaurants according to SI Live.

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Four More Red Lobster Restaurants Closing in New York?

As Red Lobster files the necessary bankruptcy court papers it has identified another 100+ restaurants that could close if the courts approve the company's plans. The following New York locations are in danger of shutting down if the leases are not renegotiated:

Red Lobster at 2090 Bartow Ave., Bronx, NY

Red Lobster at 801 Sunrise Highway, Copiague, NY

Red Lobster at 5 Times Square, Manhattan, NY

Red Lobster at 750 Upper Glen Street, Queensbury, NY

If these four locations close down it will leave only approximately 15 Red Lobsters open in New York.

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What Red Lobster's Are Still Open?

The only Red Lobster left open in the Hudson Valley is the Red Lobster in Middletown, NY at 450 Route 211 East. For Red Lobster fans in Connecticut, the Danbury, CT location at 34 Backus Avenue also remains open.

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