Jessica Biel’s Fancy Restaurants For Kids Has Closed Up 

July 17, 2018 / Posted by:

UsWeekly has found out some sad news. Jessica Biel’s rich lady side project and quirky-named overpriced eatery for the top 3% of infants–Au Fudge–has closed its doors. And it probably has a lot to do with many of the reviews saying that it should’ve been called “Oh shit!” because that’s what they said when walking into that dirty mess of a place and looking at the $17 burger on the menu. Open for almost two years, the “trendy eatery” was founded with the idea that rich moms should be able to drink mimosas and eat fudge in peace while their children did art and whatever while watched by their nannies. Where will those rich moms go now?!

A source told UsWeekly that the West Hollywood joint is “done“. Au Fudge confirmed their closing with a few Instagram posts:

The restaurant is claiming the move to close its door is to focus on private events, but I think we all know that means “we ran out of money“. Shocking. Not enough rich women with nothing but time on their hands in West Hollywood? Jessica was on Jimmy Kimmel‘s show back in January last year and mentioned that Au Fudge wasn’t really doing so hot:

“The restaurant business is way harder than being a producer… [We’re] definitely not making money. Nobody’s making money in the restaurant business, in my experience, at least not yet.”

UsWeekly’s source continued: “The staff found out a couple days ago and tearfully greeted guests on its last day.” Yeah, the staff were crying because now they KNEW they were never going to get any of that tip money they were owed. Losing out on tens-of-thousands of unpaid tips would bring a tear to anyone’s eye. I mean, now we know why they were stiffing their servers: Au Fudge plain couldn’t afford them! No word on whether or not her husband Justin Timberlake offered to save the restaurant with some of his *NSYNC money.

Au Fudge will also continue it’s CAMP, which stands for: Center for Art Music and Play.  The CAMP will continue offering some riveting weekly classes such as: toddler dance and French music for children aged 4 months to 8 years. But I have a feeling that will flop too after many moms unenroll their children after realizing CAMP doesn’t stand for: Come And Make Pina Coladaswhilewetakecareofyourkids.

Pic: Instagram

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