CHARLESTON, SC (WCBD) — Looking for lunch today? Well, there’s one restaurant in the lowcountry you won’t be able to dine in.

News 2 has confirmed with staff at Ryan’s in West Ashley that restaurant is now closed for good. The restaurant’s last day for business was on Wednesday, February 3.

Staff at the Summerville restaurant say their doors will continue to stay open.

The closure is part of a number of Ryan’s restaurants closing across the county in locations including Alabama, Louisiana, Texas and West Virginia.

In 2012, the parent company of the chain shuttered six restaurants in South Carolina as it struggled through bankruptcy.

The parent company released the following statement:

Ovation Brands was acquired by Food Management Partners in August 2015. Since that time, we have continued to execute former management’s operating plan to stabilize and enhance the performance of the company. However, based on ongoing assessments of individual restaurants, it is necessary to shutter locations for the continued viability of the brands and our employees.

74 underperforming Old Country Buffet, Hometown Buffet, Ryan’s, Fire Mountain and Country Buffet restaurants throughout the United States will permanently close on February 4, 2016.

While we cannot predict future market conditions, the plan is to continue operating the remaining Ovation Brands’ restaurants as they are financially viable.

Although the overall number of employees affected by closures is large, employees of closed restaurants will be given the opportunity to apply for positions at operating stores, and we expect many to take advantage of that opportunity. Additionally, we will be adding staff to the operating restaurants, enabling us to provide the service levels our guests expect and deserve.

We know that these decisions are not easy, however, we strongly believe that this direction is best for the long-term health of all brands.

We’re still working to find out what other restaurants will be closing in the South Carolina area.