|Updated: 8/30 9:58 pm
||Published: 8/30 8:58 pm
The clock is ticking for a well known burger joint in South Tulsa. Brew Burger will close its doors for the final time at 10 p.m. on Friday night after five years of serving patrons in Tulsa.
The owners, Rob and Lydia Robbins, said that they decided to close the restaurant because of timing and the economy.
“It’s a touch economy, the restaurant business is always tough even in a good economy,” said Rob.
John Harmon told FOX23 that he has been ordering the same thing off of the menu for five years; a brew burger and sweet potatoes fries.
“It’s just a great burger and better than the chains,” said Harmon, “They are a quality mom and pop shop and its so sad to lose them.”
He ordered up his favorite burger on closing night and was met with a packed restaurant.
Robbins told FOX23 that the restaurant has been steadily busy since news of the closing. One family made the drive from Wister, Oklahoma just to order burgers one last night.
Robbins said that it will be a difficult night but they are thankful for the community’s business and support.
“We’ve had a lot of great times,” said Rob, “It’s been a tough five years but a fantastic five years.”