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    Stockton's Red Lobster among 129 locations that could close

    By Angelaydet Rocha, The Stockton Record,

    30 days ago

    Lobster linguini, cheddar bay biscuits, popcorn shrimp, your favorite menu items are still on the menu at Red Lobster, for now.

    Stockton is among the nearly 130 more Red Lobster restaurants that are in danger of closing , USA TODAY reported.

    The Stockton location at 2283 W. March Ln. is still open from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Thursday and Sunday, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday, according to Red Lobster's website.

    USA TODAY reported that as of May 22, Red Lobster's website listed 99 locations across 28 states as closed, with some having kitchen equipment auctioned off on an online restaurant liquidator. In addition, 129 restaurants are in danger of closing.

    According to bankruptcy documents filed in late May, Red Lobster could close additional restaurants if it is unable to renegotiate their leases, USA TODAY reported.

    California locations that could close

    These are some of the Red Lobster locations in California among the 228 rejected leases listed in the bankruptcy documents.

    Aside from Stockton's Red Lobster, the Red Lobster in Salinas, San Jose, and 6 other locations could close too.

    These are the 9 Red Lobster locations in danger of closing:

    • Red Lobster Citrus Heights, 6231 Sunrise Blvd. in Citrus Heights
    • Red Lobster Milpitas, 503 E. Calaveras Blvd. in Milpitas
    • Red Lobster Monrovia, 928 W. Huntington Dr. in Monrovia
    • Red Lobster Pittsburg, 4095 Century Blvd. in Pittsburg
    • Red Lobster Salinas, 1720 N. Main St. in Salinas
    • Red Lobster San Bernardino, 195 E. Hospitality Ln. in San Bernardino
    • Red Lobster San Jose, 2040 Aborn Rd. in San Jose
    • Red Lobster Stockton, 2283 W. March Ln. in Stockton
    • Red Lobster Vallejo, 1180 Admiral Callaghan Ln. in Vallejo

    Red Lobster did not respond to The Records requests for comment before publication.

    Jonathan Limehouse and Gabe Hauari , USA TODAY contributed to this report.

    Record reporter Angelaydet Rocha covers community news in Stockton and San Joaquin County. She can be reached at or on Twitter @ AngelaydetRocha . To support local news, subscribe to The Stockton Record at .

    This article originally appeared on The Record: Stockton's Red Lobster among 129 locations that could close

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