Olga's Diner shut down permanently
The Associated Press reports:
There's one less place to get a pork roll, cheese and egg sandwich in New Jersey.
Olga's Diner, a landmark in Marlton, where Routes 70 and 73 meet, has unceremoniously closed.
The diner has been shut down four times this year for not paying bills or taxes.
Seventy-eight-year-old John Stavros says workers have found new jobs and his sons are not interested in running it.
Stavros has been the manager of the diner ever since his father opened the business in 1959.
The building is to be put up for sale.
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