Farmington restaurant offers to help employees at closed restaurant

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FARMINGTON, Conn. (WTNH)–A Farmington restaurant is stepping up to the plate after a neighboring restaurant suddenly closed. Cure Restaurant and Bar wants to help Apricot’s customers and employees after Apricot’s closed this week.

Cure is now offering discounts for people who had Apricot’s gift cards, or had planned on having a party there.

Cure is also offering jobs to employees who worked at Apricot’s.

Restaurant management released the following statement:

“We are saddened to hear of the sudden closing of our neighbors at Apricot’s. We hope to continue supporting the Farmington and Unionville communities, and those that are unsure of the immediate future. We will be extending a discount through the end of 2017 for anyone that has purchased gift cards or placed a deposit on a planned event. We are also encouraging Apricot’s employees to fill out applications with us as well. Please contact us by email or phone for more information.”

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