Cherry Street Diner Temporarily Closed

Monday, March 25, 2013
Cherry Street Diner
Cherry Street Diner

The Cherry Street Diner is temporarily closed.

A sign on the door says the closure is "due to a family emergency" and said it will "reopen soon."

The restaurant is at Seventh and Cherry in the former headquarters of the Krystal Company and site of the first Krystal restaurant.

Also, Qdoba in the 400 block of Market Street has closed.


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