Goodbye to those amazing cheesy biscuits....forever.

Ruby Tuesday has announced that they closed their final Jersey Shore restaurant location which isn't the biggest surprise after the restaurant chain filed for bankruptcy back in October.

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Looks like the COVID-19 restriction for indoor dining has hit yet another well-known chain pretty hard.

A closed sign has been posted on the doors of the Ruby Tuesday at the Orchards at Dover shopping center on Route 37 in Toms River.

"After careful consideration, we decided to close the Toms River, NJ location in an effort to better position our restaurants for future business," said Jenifer Boyd Harmon, chief marketing officer for Ruby Tuesday, in a statement to What's Going There.

"We value the dedication and hard work of all our employees and we greatly appreciate the community that has supported us."

This isn't the first Ruby Tuesday closure we've seen at the Jersey Shore. We've lost locations at Monmouth Mall in Eatontown, Freehold Raceway Mall, in Lakewood and in Neptune.

This COVID-19 pandemic is going to chain just about every industry permanently moving forward.

The business closure announcements just keep coming...and I am personally waiting for them to come to a close.

Take a look at the original article with this sad announcement at APP.com.

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