FRIDAY, Sept. 24 — A popular Lansing restaurant is shutting down one of its locations. Leo’s Outpost, known across town for its pub fare and cozy hunting den atmosphere, is permanently closing its spot at 600 S. Pennsylvania Ave. The location had been serving customers since 2002.
The other Leo’s restaurant, Leo’s Lodge located at 2525 E. Jolly Road, will remain open. Ownership announced the decision today with a Facebook post:
“To our Loyal Leo's friends and family,
We are sorry to report that effective immediately, Leo's Outpost is permanently closed. Since 2002, Leo's Outpost has been the east side of Lansing's home for family gatherings, friendly banter and memorable occasions. We have appreciated seeing daily familiar faces evolve into friends that frequently visit. We hope to see that continue and welcome you to join us at our other location, Leo's Lodge, located at 2525 E Jolly Rd, for the same great food, drinks, and service.
Thank you once again for letting us be a part of your lives and we look forward to serving you at the Lodge.”