Already Gone: Charming Restaurant in Quaint NJ Town Quickly Closes
Yet another restaurant in the Garden State has closed for good.
And as we've seen just over the past few weeks, just because we're into the summer tourist season in New Jersey, that doesn't mean it's any easier for a restaurant to thrive and survive.
Case in point, check out these closures just since last month:
- 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
Now, a restaurant that was known as a "go-to" spot in a hip, touristy area has suddenly closed.
By "suddenly," we mean they broke the news late last week and it was gone by this past Sunday.
People loved this place
Into the history books
The owners of Sneddon's Luncheonette in downtown Lambertville broke the news just within the past few days.
We will be closing our doors permanently on Sunday 6/11/23. We will miss the smiles and the laughs, and the customers who have become our friends. We can’t begin to thank you enough for supporting our business through floods, hurricanes, blizzards, power outages and of course, a global pandemic.
They say their building has been sold and its new owners intend to open a new restaurant in its place.
Sneddon's had a perfect location right on Bridge Street in downtown Lambertville, right across the river from New Hope, PA.