“Cheers” Bar Closing Permanently
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused many businesses across the country to close their doors, and now a famous bar is closing its doors too.
The “Cheers” replica bar in Boston has announced that they will be closing. The bar has been open for twenty years and CEO Markus Ripperger announced that the bar will shut down August 30. Closing time…
Cheers is the most underrated comedy television show that nobody ever talks about. Banter. Booze. Bar scenes. What more could you want?
— 🚗☀️ (@murphy3_c) August 18, 2020
Cheers founder Tom Kershaw addressed the closure of the 2001-opened replica of the set for the beloved 1982 sitcom Cheers…
“Sadly, the COVID-19 pandemic, combined with no assistance from our landlord, has made this current challenge insurmountable.”
– Tom Kershaw
“Cheers Replica Bar has had a wonderful 20 years in the iconic Faneuil Hall Marketplace, one of America’s most cherished historic landmarks,” he shared. “I have faced, and pulled through, many kinds of downturns and upticks in the economy within the last 20 years Cheers Replica Bar at Faneuil Hall Marketplace has been in business. Sadly, the COVID-19 pandemic, combined with no assistance from our landlord (Ashkenazy Acquisition Group), has made this current challenge insurmountable.”
All the big names – Ted Danson, Rhea Perlman, Kristie Alley, and Woody Harrelson, took home 28 of the show’s 117 Emmy nominations before wrapping its eleventh season in 1993.
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