Dining News: RIP Squeeze Inn West Sac
April 22, 2014
Squeeze Inn's West Sac location has closed.
I called the phone number on Tuesday evening, and the phone number had already been disconnected. I then called Oscar's Very Mexican Food, whose West Sac location shares a building with Squeeze Inn, and the woman who picked up told me that Squeeze Inn closed a week ago.
The West Sac location has also been removed from the Squeeze Inn's Web site, although no explanation has been given via social media.
The West Sac location first opened in May 2011 and shares an owner with the local chain's Yuba City location.
H/T to Ms. Munchie for the tip.
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