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Sirloin Saloon Closes Its Doors

So long, pardner! Shelburne's Sirloin Saloon packed up its "garden-fresh" salad bar and sizzling steaks for the final time last Sunday, manager Courtney Ovitt confirmed.

"It was a decision not made by anyone in this building," she explains. "We don't know what's happening with the land or with the property." The Sirloin Saloon and Dakota Steak House mini-chain, with six remaining locations, is owned by Paragon Steakhouse Restaurants, Inc., of Boise, Idaho, a subsidiary of Steakhouse Partners, Inc., which filed for bankruptcy on May 15.

Perhaps that's why the corporate bigwigs haven't been too forthcoming with info about the shutdown. "We got pretty short notice," Ovitt laments. "The general manager and I are trying to get the staff placed and make sure everybody's got a job." A call to the PSR, Inc., headquarters was not returned.

Have a hankering for a slice of the Saloon's "fresh-baked, whole-grain 'bison bread'" or an over-the-top "steakhouse feast" combo - with sirloin steak, crab-stuffed shrimp and fire-grilled chicken? Ovitt says the Sirloin Saloons in Rutland and Manchester are "still going strong." Hmmm.

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