By Kathy Hanrahan
RALEIGH, N.C. — A Glenwood Avenue staple is closing its doors.
Fat Daddy's Market and Grill will close on Sunday, March 30. The restaurant, known for its tater tots and casual cuisine, has been open since 1985.
Co-owner John Vick said the property has been sold. Fat Daddy's employs a total of 45 people in part-time and full-time positions.
Fat Daddy's was part of a local franchise that spawned two other locations. Those restaurants have since closed.
Vick and business partner Brad Hurley still co-own 42nd Street Oyster Bar in downtown Raleigh.
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