For a year and a half, an iconic Tucson diner touted plans to open shop in Maricopa. Now it’s giving the city an Irish goodbye.
Brandon LaVorgna, a spokesperson for the city, told InMaricopa eegee’s has yet to notify the city it’s nixing the long-anticipated Maricopa location that was slated to open in the “very near future.”
But that’s just the cost of doing business, he said.
“It’s not unusual for businesses at that stage to decide to pull out of a project and not notify us,” LaVorgna said. “They are not required to do so.”
Representatives from eegee’s neglected to respond to several requests for comment.