Ms. Robbie Social Media Flooded With Love On Final Day Of Her Sweetie Pies Restaurant Being Shut Down

Ms. Robbie Social Media Flooded With Love On Final Day Of Her Sweetie Pies Restaurant Being Shut Down

It’s been almost 2 months since Robbie Montgomery had to close down her legend eatery Sweetie Pies. The bittersweet ending to her St. Louis staple came at the end of a problematic saga for the Montgomery family. Although, fans of the restaurant and fans of

Ms. Robbie has constantly to show her love in her comments section and grateful to her for an amazing dining experience that spanned over 2 decades. Ms. Robbie worked the final day at her restaurant. In a clip shared to her page, she shared patron testimonials

and videos from the last day as people flooded in to get their last plate from the iconic Sweetie Pies. In the briefly caption, it read, “Robbie Montgomery worked the last day at Sweetie Pie’s Upper Crust like it was any other day: in the kitchen, watching over every platter of her famous fried chicken.”

The “hands-off” chef posed with visitors and hugged them as they came in to grateful to her for years of fine dining. “Patrons lined up down the block for hours Sunday to get one last plate — and to-go bag — of Montgomery’s down-home soul food cooking.”

In the clip, one lady mentioned to how sad she was but also how proud she was to have been able to experience the restaurant. “This is a sorrowful day, but it’s also a good day, I wonder. This is the end of an era. This is the end of a legacy, a family dynasty.

The end of a successful black-owned business.” Another person told, “It’s exciting to get to experience a good restaurant and community like this,” before mentioning she was not sure what she would do on Sundays anymore. In the comments section, people praised Ms. Robbie as well. One told,

“Awwwww wishing her the all good! She’s been via a lot! It’s time for her to take her vibrant personality and enjoy her life. ” other commented, “And my granddaughter just shifted there. I hoped to visit her and taste few of this food! We love you Ms. Robbie. Grateful for your big heart and legacy!! ”

The post made confirmed to celebrate Sweetie Pie’s impact on tv as well. “The closure of the cafeteria-style restaurant and banquet hall at 3643 Delmar Boulevard wrapped a made-for-TV chapter and

a 25-year run for one of St. Louis’ — and the country’s — foremost soul food restaurants, made known by the OWN reality tv hit ‘Welcome to Sweetie Pie’s.’”


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