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Former owner of Lure in Willoughby will honor gift cards at his new restaurant

Posted at 1:33 PM, Jan 07, 2020
and last updated 2020-01-07 13:33:46-05

AUSTINBURG, Ohio — The previous owner of recently-closed Lure Bistro and Sushi Bar in Willoughby said he will honor gift cards from Lure at his new restaurant in Austinburg.

Nicholas Kustala said he will honor Lure gift cards at his Estate on Coffee Creek. He will honor 100% of the gift card, but customers can only receive 25% off their bill per visit until the gift card is used up.

For example, if a customer has a $100 gift card from Lure and their bill at Coffee Creek is $100, they will have $25 taken off their bill for that visit.

The Estate on Coffee Creek is a multi-venue hospitality facility in an 1840 manor house; The Farmer The Butcher The Chef is the facility’s restaurant that offers marketplace-style dining from Wednesday to Sunday from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Lear more about Estate on Coffee Creek here.

Lure, a downtown staple in Willoughby for 20 years, closed its doors unexpectedly for good after serving New Year’s Eve dinner. The restaurant held a special on gift cards during the holidays, leaving many customers with no way to redeem them.

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