List of Businesses in Rochester, Minnesota that closed in 2022

2022 was a weird year.  We were starting to feel confident that we got over the whole pandemic thing and then BAM!, people who never got COVID were getting it, including me.  I don't recommend, btw!  "Now Hiring" signs were posted at almost every single business, the price of eggs started to creep toward $5 a dozen, and many businesses closed their doors for the final time.

2022 was another year of hardship and change for many, including the closures of beloved, popular businesses in our Rochester community.  Below are several in the Rochester area and a few in the surrounding towns.

List of Rochester Businesses That Closed in 2022

Saying goodbye is never easy, and in Minnesota, it takes us a few hours to actually get out the door when we are visiting friends. Sadly, a few businesses in Rochester, Minnesota had their own goodbye in 2022 - some in more of a Minnesota style with a note and a few weeks or days to have closure, while others just seemed to disappear in the night forever.

What business is missing on the "Closed in 2022" list?

And...I'm human and it is possible that I missed a business that closed in 2022.  If you have one that should be included, please let me know and I'll update the story.  You can send me a message on my Facebook page - Jessica On The Radio or on Instagram at Jessica On The Radio.

What Rochester business do you miss the most that closed in 2021 and 2020?

It's hard to think back through all the years of COVID but in the midst of scrounging stores for toilet paper in 2020, we also lost a TON of businesses!  Below is a huge list of the businesses that said goodbye in Rochester in 2020 and 2021.  See how many you remember and let me know which one you are missing the most over on my Facebook Page - Jessica On The Radio.

List of Rochester Businesses That Closed in 2021

2021 was another year that was full of challenges for businesses throughout the country, including Rochester, Minnesota. Unfortunately, our community saw many businesses that said "good-bye" and closed for good.

KEEP READING: Rochester Businesses That Have Closed in 2020

When we all started our brand new 2020 year, the months ahead looked bright and promising. Unfortunately, 2020 was the year COVID-19 struck and has been a year of hardship and change for many, including the closures of beloved businesses in our Rochester community.
At times we would hear from business owners in a Facebook message that the sad decision was made to close their doors and other times, we found out that one of our favorite places was now closed by a note on the front door. No matter how the news came, my heart broke a little bit more for our community. Sadly, the list continues to grow but you can see the current list below.

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