Like pancakes, the number of restaurants closing in Colorado keeps stacking up.

The parent company of Village Inn is reducing the number of Colorado locations by 25% amid their recent Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing. Luckily, we can still get our pancakes and pies on around here.

The Denver Post reports that where there were/are 32 Village Inn locations, there will now only be 24 once they get done with the closures. One Village Inn in Longmont and another in Colorado Springs had already closed last year.

The two hotels in Greeley, the one in Loveland, and the one in Fort Collins are, apparently, successful enough to keep the coffee and syrup flowing.

Locations on the new list of Colorado closures are in Aurora, Broomfield, Castle Rock, Littleton, Monument and Wheat Ridge.

Get more on the Village Inn closures from the Denver Post HERE.

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