Portsmouth Restaurant Closes Due To Lack of Employees
900 Degrees in Portsmouth, according to a story in WMUR, closed its doors for good this week after being open for only six months because the owner couldn't find staffing.
The story goes on to say that the owner, Priscilla Lane-Rondeau, says:
We said, ‘If we're going to do it, we're going to do it right, so we need to close Portsmouth
900 Degrees in Portsmouth was the third location. The first is in Manchester and the second in Epping, but this third location could not be sustained and closed for good on Monday.
The WMUR report also quoted the owner as saying:
If you've got a dining of room of 45 people and you've got one, maybe two servers, they can't give the service that you want to give. That's not the way we work at 900. It's all about the food and the experience.
I've been to 900 Degrees in Manchester first, then when the Epping location opened, I went there too. The atmosphere is comfortable, the drinks are exceptional and the food is fresh and delicious. It was the right decision to close if the owner couldn't provide the service and/or food that we've come to expect from the other two locations.