Hard Rock International, the new owners of the shuttered Taj Mahal in Atlantic City, plan to close their namesake café on the Boardwalk next month as the company prepares for the opening of its upcoming hotel and casino.
The Hard Rock Café Atlantic City will close on Sept. 30 to make way for construction of a new and larger café in the upcoming Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, the parent company announced Thursday.
The new Hard Rock cafe will employ over 100 workers, 55 of whom work at the current eatery.
The current employees will be invited to stay on through the closure date and will be paid through Nov. 1, a spokeswoman told the Philadelphia Business Journal.
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