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Black-eyed Pea Locations Across Texas Shutter Without Notice

Are the closures temporary? Founded in 1975 by Dallas restaurateur Gene Street, Black-eyed Pea is one of those restaurants that you think will last forever. After more than 40 years of operating in Texas, though, it appears if the casual chain is drawing its last breath. NBC DFW reports that twelve of the chain’s thirteen remaining restaurants across North Texas have abruptly closed their doors.
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