After 27 years, the Woodbury Perkins has closed its doors for good.

In a statement, Perkins confirmed it closed 11 company-owned restaurants Oct. 20 in six states, all of which experienced "sales decline and high operating costs" in recent years.

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In the last year, several other Perkins have closed across Minnesota, including in Cottage Grove, Minneapolis, Chanhassen, St. Cloud and Shakopee, though it maintains a heavy presence in the Twin Cities metro with roughly 20 locations remaining.

The 24-hour breakfast joint joins other mid-sized casual restaurant chains in struggling for revenue, such as Applebee's and Chili's. It filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in August. The next month, Atlanta-based Huddle House bought the company.

"As a result of new ownership post-bankruptcy, Perkins intends to continue to grow and develop in select markets and maintain the valued community connections for which they are known," a statement from Huddle House reads.