Attention, burger lovers, and fries enthusiasts, we've got some news you aren't going to like. A popular restaurant chain with several locations in Michigan is set to close its doors permanently.

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According to reports, Michigan will be saying goodbye to Bagger Dave's. The popular casual restaurant, founded in 2008, has been slowly closing locations and is set to finally close the last six sooner rather than later.

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BT Brands, which owns Bagger Dave's, released a statement saying they are, exploring strategic alternatives, and "That this review is expected to lead to the conversion of Bagger Dave’s six remaining locations—five of them in Michigan, one in Fort Wayne, Indiana".

“All six stores are in excellent locations,” BT Brands CEO Gary Copperud said in a statement. “The stores range from 4,000 to 6,000 square feet, carry full liquor licenses, and are in excellent physical condition.”

Copperud indicated that the conversion would see Bagger Dave's locations continue their normal operations as Bagger Dave’s, while the whole process of conversion to another concept which we should see begin sometime later this year. Once finished it will officially be the end of Bagger Dave's.

At this time there is no real indication of what those locations will evolve into or if they will still provide the same type of quick/bar food type atmosphere. We will keep you up to date as information becomes available.

In the meantime, grab some Bagger Dave's while you can. Check all the locations here.

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