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Harry Buffalo on Church Street is closing its doors forever this weekend!

The popular sports bar Harry Buffalo, located at 129 W. Church Street in downtown Orlando has revealed that it's closing its doors forever this Saturday, April 29, 2023.

Sad news from downtown, as Harry Buffalo has revealed on their social media channels that their downtown Orlando location is closing, with Saturday night, April 29 the last night of operations.

The company say it is because the owner of the building, which was once home to the world famous Rosie O’Grady’s has plans for the building and is not renewing Harry Buffalo's lease.

It os not known at this time what the plans are for the location.

Harry Buffalo are inviting everyone to Koin them on Saturday night from 10 pm for one last night with DJ Jesse Derr.

here is the statement form Harry Buffalo:

"If you haven’t heard….Harry Buffalo Downtown Orlando will be closing its doors for good this week. Saturday night will be our last night of operations. It’s unfortunate but our lease is up and the new owner of the building has different plans for the block. Before you ask - we have zero idea what they are. Anyway join us this Saturday night starting at 10pm for our last night. Jesse Derr will be djing. It’s been a fun ride… thank you to everyone that’s made this place awesome. Don’t forget we will be moving all the major Pre and post concert parties as well as the Buffalo Bills and Seminole’s watch parties to Wall St. Plaza."

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