Report: Decades-old Legendary Diner in New Jersey Abruptly Closes Today
Published reports say a decades-old legendary diner in the Garden State will be serving its last cup of coffee today.
Sadly, there has been no shortage of restaurant closings to talk about lately. Case in point, check out these closures from just the past several weeks:
- Popular NJ Restaurant For Burgers and Ribs Closing After Nearly 2 Decades
- 'Sad to say goodbye' - Family-owned NJ Bakery Closing After Half a Century
- Beloved Italian Market and Butcher Shop in NJ Closing After 45 Years
- No More Soul: This Popular Café in NJ is Closing After 17 Years
- One of the Best BBQ Restaurants in NJ is Closing After 7 Years
A new addition to the list
According to the Daily Record, the Empire Diner on Route 46 in Parsippany will be closing for good in just a matter of hours.
The property was sold for $3 million back in February to Shree Estates LLC, which has bought other properties in the area.
One of their plots of land was recently redeveloped for a Chick-fil-A.
Brightening up your day is not the only thing we can do, at Empire diner, we make sure that you'd feel right at home by providing you with friendly and warm service as well as fresh delicious food.
Reports say the diner was doing well until COVID struck. From then, they cut their menu and operating hours.
Today, Saturday, July 1st, will reportedly be the Empire's last day. Should you be in the area, stop by for one last cup of coffee.