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BOREDED UP?: Bored N Hungry Closed Its Long Beach California Location Citing Crime In The Area, According To The Company's Business Development Lead

Bored Ape Yacht Club-inspired burger brand, Bored N Hungry, closed its Long Beach, California, flagship location citing an increase in crime in the area, according to the company’s Business Development Lead JBond.

Things were anything but boring in the Web3 world on Sunday after crypto personality DanielGotHits shared a photo of Bored N Hungry in the middle of a renovation, featuring a 'Chile Verde Coming Soon' sign above the door on the timeline.

“what stage of the cycle is this,” Daniel tweeted.


Following Daniel's post, the Bored Ape Gazette reached out to Bored N Hungry to find out more about this sudden closure.

“The closure of the Bored & Hungry Long Beach has been sad for us, especially since the brand is born from there,” JBond told the Gazette. “Over the past few months, Long Beach has been an unsafe environment for our customers and employees with violent crimes and fatal shootings happening. But please know that Bored & Hungry isn’t leaving, especially with multiple successful branches in Asia. We aren’t leaving US either. We’ll share more information on this soon.”

Following his comments to the Gazette, JBond took to Twitter and assured Apes and the Web3 space that Bored N Hungry is not boreding up its bored business.

“I’ve seen multiple posts about the closure of @BorednHungry in Long Beach,” he tweeted. We’ll share more info on this soon along with our US plans. But what I can say now is we ain’t going anywhere. We’ve successfully expanded in multiple Asian markets with more to come We’re here to stay.”

As the Bored Ape Gazette previously reported, Bored N Hungry opened its first-ever location in Long Beach, California, on April 6, 2022. Since then, the brand has ventured into the world of pop-up food trucks, showing up at ApeFest 2022, and has expanded its operations to Asia with three permanent restaurants in the Philippines and another Bored N Hungry in South Korea.


The Bored Ape Gazette will continue to follow Bored N Hungry and will keep you posted on what this bored business does next. Stay tuned for updates.

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