Copeland’s Cheesecake Bistro closes St. Charles Avenue location

Photo courtesy: Copeland’s Cheesecake Bistro via Facebook

Cheesecake Bistro by Copeland’s closed its St. Charles Avenue location on Tuesday.

The casual restaurant offered a lengthy menu of cheesecakes, along with New Orleans-style, Cajun-Creole cuisine. The restaurant was opened by restauranteur Al Copeland in 2001, who also founded the popular Popeyes fried chicken chain.

Two Cheesecake Bistro restaurants still operate in Baton Rouge and Bossier City.

A spokesman for Al Copeland Investments, Jules Carville, says the company is “currently reevaluating the market” and possibly a new plan for the St. Charles Avenue location.

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