Que Sera Sera has served the last bowl of their award-winning gumbo.
After nearly three decades, Boo Noble has sold his tenured Fondren eatery to businessman Alan Lange, owner of the adjacent Kinetic Staffing, through the assistance of Sterling McCool with Marketplace Real Estate and Scott Overby with the Overby Company. The restaurant closed for good on Thursday after the lunch shift.
Noble placed Que Sera Sera up for sale in June 2014, saying he was ready for retirement. Today, he has officially made good on those plans.
“After 27 wonderful years serving the Jackson metropolitan area, we have decided to close our doors,” Noble said in a written statement. “WeÂ would like to thank our patrons and staff for these outstanding years.”
Noble said he is working closely with everyone on his staff as he thanked them for their “hard work and dedication.” “It is appreciated and we thank them for their manyÂ contributions,” he added. “We would like to thank everyone in the Jackson community who we have served and who has supported usÂ throughoutÂ the years.”
Lange has also announced today that Green Ghost Tacos, a County Line Road favorite for made-to-order authentic Mexican cuisine, will open a second location in the Que Sera Sera spot.
“I have long had an interest in acquiring the adjoining Que Sera Sera property and I’m tickled this has worked out,” Lange stated. “It helps consolidate a very desirable parcel of commercial and residential properties in the middle of the downtown Fondren Historic District.”
Lange offered his accolades and appreciation to Noble following the transaction. “I want to congratulate Boo Noble for his being a business leader in Fondren for over two decades.”