Has one of your favorite businesses on Mesa Street closed recently?

Whether it was a lack of interest, the on-going construction or people just weren’t frequenting these establishments – here are six businesses that have closed their doors on Mesa Street.

Nona’s (6404 N. Mesa St.) - The local pizzeria closed last year in November and we can’t help but miss their 2-for-1 pizza specials on Monday.

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Circle K (7300 N Mesa St.) - The convenience store was always a good stop for gas and a Polar Pop but the corner of Belvidere and Mesa Street now sits empty.

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Tosca Stone Oven Pizzeria (4017 N Mesa St.) - Here was another pizzeria that served up a quick and light lunch menu and it too has been gone since last year.

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Carnita’s Queretaro (4001 N Mesa St.) - Just a few steps away from Tosca Stone Oven and Pizzeria was Carnitas Querertaro.  This was our winter go-to-place because they had the most incredible Aztec Soup.

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Bush’s Chicken (3435 N Mesa) - I’m not sure if the opening of Raising Cane’s a few blocks down affected the Bush’s Chicken franchise but they packed up and took Krispy Kreme donuts with them too.

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Barmen Kitchen & Patio Bar (4130 N Mesa St.) - Honestly this location has not been very kind to any business that sets up shop so we are not surprised Barmen didn’t make it.

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