The restaurant has been shuttered for months and its location has been removed from Burger King's website.
The franchisee, RVD Inc., teased us with pieces of paper taped to the doors and windows saying "Temporarily closed. Will reopen ASAP."
My efforts to get any comment from the franchisee have been unsuccessful. The Hamilton Boulevard restaurant is at least three decades old.
The property adjacent to the Burger King has been listed for sale for awhile.
Also, kill any hope for the reopening of Burrito Grille in the Kmart shopping center on Tilghman Street.
The space is listed "for lease" even though a quick peek through the storefront's window reveals that seating and other Burrito Grille apparatus remain inside.
Burrito Grille, which opened in 2008, shuttered earlier this year with no explanation.
The Wilson popular watering-hole, Shrutys Pub, recently closed "due to financial reasons after the split of my business partner," according to what an owner wrote on its Facebook page.
Also, DogStar Café is no more in downtown Allentown.
Owners, who have run the eatery at 29 N. Sixth St. since 2006, shuttered it because landlord Symphony Hall wants to use the space for expansion.
Symphony Hall Executive Director Sheila Evans says part of the former DogStar space will be used to expand bathrooms, concession and box office. The space will also house a donor lounge at a later date, she added.
DogStar is looking for another space, according to co-owner Ronnie Younes.
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