North Central San Antonio Jim’s location has permanently shut down

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The Jim's location at 410 and Blanco closed its doors for good Tuesday. - INSTAGRAM / RICHIE.GIF
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  • The Jim's location at 410 and Blanco closed its doors for good Tuesday.
Foodie social media in San Antonio is abuzz with news that locally based diner chain Jim's has permanently closed a North Central location.

“Jims (sic) Coffee shop at 410 and Blanco is closing for good Tuesday,” a poster in the San Antonio Restaurants Facebook group shared this week. Others confirmed the closure via a photo of a sign on the eatery’s door.



The Jim's location at 410 and Blanco closed its doors for good Tuesday. - FACEBOOK / ALAN PARRISH
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  • The Jim's location at 410 and Blanco closed its doors for good Tuesday.
According to the sign, all 14 other San Antonio Jim's locations will remain open.

In her comments, Facebook user Liza Deanne, who posted the original announcement, said employees cited a rent increase as reason for the closure. Those workers have since been placed at other locations, she added.



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