Last Slice: Long-Running Pennsylvania Pizza Restaurant to Close This Weekend
Disappointing news for pizza lovers in Warrington Township in Pennsylvania, with popular pizza joint Uno Pizzeria & Grill set to close this week.
The restaurant, which has been serving pizza slices to the local community for twenty-five years, made the announcement on Facebook this week.
"Thank you all for 25 years of service and fun. We are sad to announce that this Sunday 10/1 will be our last day."
The post was flooded with comments from people disappointed about the closure.
"That's so Sad. I had so many dinners there."
"Words can't even express how crushed I am looking forward to one last hoorah behind the bar tomorrow night."
"Hard to understand; the place was always comfortable and rarely had a lot of empty tables. We enjoyed many visits over the years. First Applebees, now Uno's, hard to comprehend the rationale, although it does appear my last $10 coupon had expired before we had a chance to use it."
"So many good memories with good people and staff. It really was my "CHEERS."
"This is sad! The management at UNO's ran a tight ship with professional & friendly staff!"
Uno's closure is the latest to hit the area over the past few months. The Applebee's in the Barn Plaza shopping center closed in May, while the Regal Barn Cinema closed in February.
Are you disappointed to see this restaurant close? Are you concerned about the number of businesses closing in the area?
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