In late 2014, after a decade of development, Blue Wave announced that it was going to close its doors, citing the pressures of the fast-moving digital marketplace.
“Our decision to close our doors for good is the culmination of a series of decisions we have made over the past few years to focus our efforts on our core business, the development of new products, and our focus on expanding our global presence,” the company wrote in a statement to The Verge.
“We are focused on our ability to provide a better experience for our customers and partners, and we will continue to make the best product and service we can for our loyal customers.”
Blue Wave has been around since 2011, and has been a fixture in the tech world since at least the 1990s.
The company is best known for its popular T-shirts, but it also made a name for itself as a restaurant chain with locations in some of the biggest tech hubs in the world.
The Blue Wave restaurant chain, a part of the iconic BlueWave chain of restaurants, opened in the Bay Area in 2008, and it was the site of the original BlueWave in San Francisco.
Blue Wave’s first restaurants in California were at the now-defunct Albertson’s in the Mission District and at the new Alberton’s on Capitol Hill in the heart of San Francisco’s Mission District.
BlueWave’s California restaurant locations include the popular Albertons in downtown San Francisco, the trendy La Colombe at the Golden Gate Bridge and the legendary La Coloma in the Central Valley.
In the past two years, BlueWave has been focusing on expanding its presence in the US, opening more restaurants in the San Francisco Bay Area and in San Jose.
Blue Waves other restaurants in Southern California include a restaurant called The Grill at the Alameda Inn and a new outpost in San Luis Obispo.
The restaurant chain was also a part owner of the popular San Francisco restaurant chain Tasty Bar, which is now owned by a new California restaurant venture called La Paloma, and is now operated by a group of restaurateurs.
The Blue Wave name, a contraction of Blue Wave, has long been a part, albeit loosely, of the San Jose scene, where the iconic restaurant is famous for its signature Blue Wave T-shirt.
The name comes from the blue waves of water that can be seen on the Bay in San José and in nearby Costa Rica.
Blue waves are usually associated with the blue sky and white sea, and the logo is a red circle with a white circle.
The logo is often seen on T-Shirts.
The San Jose-based restaurant chain has been one of the largest employers in Silicon Valley, with more than 500 employees, according to the company’s website.
Blue Wave is the fourth-largest restaurant chain in the United States and was founded in 1997 by James A. Johnson, a father of the tech industry.
It has a reputation for making authentic food, with dishes like the BlueWave Burger, a fried chicken sandwich that features a sweet potato and a fried egg.
Blue Wave also has locations in the LA area, including one in Santa Monica.
The chain was the first restaurant to offer its signature blue wave shirt to customers in 2013.
In a press release announcing the closure, Blue Waves CEO James E. Lee said that the company had “overlooked the impact of digital and social media on the business.”
In 2016, the company announced it was selling all its restaurant properties in Southern Europe, including its flagship restaurants in Amsterdam, Brussels and London.
Blue wave is the only franchisee of a large number of restaurants to make that move, and Lee noted that it would be the first to sell its restaurant business in North America.
On its website, Blue wave stated that the restaurant chain had sold its restaurants in France, Italy, Spain, Poland, Russia, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Estonia’s capital Prague, Estonia and Latvia, and Romania.
The announcement did not mention any specific locations.