Texas Cattle Company in St. Pete closes

Texas Cattle Company in St. Petersburg has closed its doors for good. The news was confirmed by the company’s official Facebook page on November 6.

The last operating business day was November 5. 

Located at 2600 34th Street North, the restaurant had been in that location for 33 years, and was known for it’s fresh steaks and impeccable service. 
Texas Cattle Company is owned by Talk of the Town Restaurant Group, based in Orlando. The group also manages Charley’s Steak House, FishBones and Vito’s Chop House. 
Lakeland’s location at 735 E. Main Street remains open. 
Tampa Bay Business & Wealth magazine is awaiting comment at this time. Stay tuned for updates on this story.

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