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Time Out Sports Pub and Grill in St. Charles closed

ST. CHARLES – Time Out Sports Pub and Grill, which opened in St. Charles in early December, has closed.

St. Charles Economic Development Coordinator Michael Mertes said the pub closed at the end of last week. The pub was in a strip mall in the former Sportsters location at 2051 Lincoln Highway and had been open since Dec. 5.

“We’re sorry to see them go, but we hope to fill that space up soon,” said Mertes, adding he didn’t know why the business closed.

He said St. Charles has seen several businesses open or planning to open soon on the west side of town. Blue Sky Spa, at 1700 Lincoln Highway; Marigold Massage, at 2075 Prairie St.; and Mathnasium, 902 S. Randall Road, recently opened in that area.

“Those are just a few of the businesses that have opened up on the west side, so we’re happy to see them come into the community,” Mertes said.

Additionally, S & L Tri-Cycle Fit Studio recently opened on the east side of town. A few other businesses are slated to open in the downtown area, as well. Mertes said Maple Park-based Acquaviva Winery is planning to open up a retail shop, and Biggby Coffee and Forever Yogurt should be open in spring.

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