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One Of The Last Bonanza Steakhouses Demolished After Standing For 45 Years

Just last month, one of the very last Bonanza Steakhouses were demolished after standing tall for 45 years. The restaurant, located in Tupelo, Mississippi, closed down last year and was sold to Dollar General. Upon this news, it’s uncertain when reconstruction will take place for the new store but it invokes great sadness and nostalgia for those who remember these restaurants.

Bonanza Steakhouse, which has been around since 1965, only have a little over a dozen of locations left in the United States and in Puerto Rico. Bonanza is part of the Homestyle Dining LLC and was derived from the classic TV series Bonanza. Included in the chain was their counterpart, Ponderosa Steakhouse.

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