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Restaurant in Oshkosh permanently closes its doors due to staff shortage

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OSHKOSH, Wis. (WFRV) – A popular Oshkosh restaurant is closing its doors for good as they struggled with a lack of kitchen employees.

Primo Restaurant in Oshkosh posted on their Facebook that they closed for good on August 2. They said that they will honor the larger parties that are booked through mid-September.

The restaurant says they tried multiple options including limiting their menu and hours with hopes of finding more employees and figuring out a new plan.

An outpouring of support has been received on Facebook as the post itself has over 400 comments and 600+ shares.

Primo thanked everyone for the past 14 years. The restaurant participated in Oshkosh Restaurant Week.

On Primo’s Facebook page they have also put ‘permanently closed’ for their hours.

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