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PARDES NOT CLOSING OR MOVING, THEY ARE LOOKING TO SELL AND GO INTO CATERING

I'd like to set the record straight and squash rumors that have been going around for weeks and months. Usually, I get one or two questions about rumors but I don't comment publicly because it usually spreads even more and opens a lot more questions. However, after getting a dozen or so messages about the same rumor, I feel I need to say something. So Moshe Wendel is NOT going to any of the Prime restaurants. He spoke to them for a VERY short period of time to see if something can be done between them, but like 95% of meetings, it just didn't work. Now here are some facts and insight to what is going on with Pardes. Baruch Hashem, the restaurant is doing very well, but as most people in the industry know, it's a very difficult, time consuming draining industry. So Chef Moshe Wendel is now looking to refocus his attention on catering and private events for his unique and established cuisine. At the end of the day they love this business (they really do), but they need to do what is best for their family. Therefore, and with permission to say, the restaurant is looking for a very serious buyer who will take over the mission and path Pardes has paved over these many years. Let me be clear the restaurant is absolutely NOT closing and you can be confident that you will be able to enjoy Wendel's creations for a long time. However, this is a business and meetings and talks are part of the business but it's a problem when people start rumors and falsehoods that distract the business and take time away from the seriousness nature. So I ask all of you to please let this play out behind the scenes where it should be kept. You don't need to text, message or call the restaurant asking if they're closing or moving or god forbid not kosher. So to recap, they are looking for someone that will take over and continue the Pardes vision. They really don't want to sell their business name to just anyone, but they do think that the right person is out there. Asking price is $300,000 for name, recipes, assistance, non compete, etc. If you are interested, please email the restaurant at pardesrestaurant@hotmail.com Thank you.

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