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The restaurant that led to the what looks like brief demise of Paula Deen's career has closed. The closing was abrupt. It was so abrupt that some employees didn't find out it was closed until they got to work. Others found out by looking on the Facebook page of the restaurant or being told by others who saw it on the local Savannah news. Despite all the drama Uncle Bubba's Seafood And Oyster House was really popular but perhaps Paula wanted to try and escape everything from the past and try to forget what she said. If the place stayed open it was always going to be a reminder of the lawsuit and the collapse of her cooking empire. Judging from the photo above it looks like it would be a great place to have a haunted house business at Halloween.
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