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Brownstone's in Downtown Hattiesburg closes

HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) -

The Hattiesburg Downtown restaurant Brownstones announced their closure Thursday. 

The restaurant addressed their closure in a letter to it's customers. 

The letter read: 

We'd like to thank our customers, friends, family, and vendors for your support over the last 8 + years. After so many years of blood, sweat, tears and dreams dedicated to this restaurant, the City of Hattiesburg and especially the down town, we feel it is time for this chapter of Brownstone's to come to an end.

A special thanks to Rosie and Stephen Knop and the hard-working dedicated team we were fortunate enough having as part of the Brownstones family. We are reaching out to fellow Restaurant owners seeking opportunities for our displaced staff members.

We also want to apologize for any inconvenience experienced by our loyal customers having advance reservations with us for Valentines Dinner Celebrations. We encourage you to please rebook and support one of our neighboring downtown restaurants.

It has been an honor and privilege to participate in so many special life occasions, events, and festivals and also contribute to the extraordinary culinary talent based within the Hattiesburg community. We are forever honored supporting the City of Hattiesburg and its downtown community initiative.

Stay tuned for the next venture in this beautiful downtown location.

Regards,

Brownstones

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