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Station 7 Restaurant to Close

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Courtesy: Facebook/Station 7 Restaurant Courtesy: Facebook/Station 7 Restaurant

PITTSVILLE, Md. - Station 7 Restaurant announced on its Facebook page Wednesday that it will be closing after normal operating hours Saturday night.

This post appeared on its page at 12:43 p.m.

"It is with heavy hearts and much regret that we have to make this statement. Station 7 Restaurant is coming to a close. We are disappointed that there are circumstances beyond our control that are preventing us from continuing. We understand at the end of the day it's all about the bottom line, but we also understand it's about real people, jobs and being a part of the community. That being said, We will continue to operate normal hours through Saturday night. Please stop in for one last meal, drink or just to say good bye. We appreciate and Thank You for letting us be a part of the neighborhood for so long, Thank you to the Firefighting, EMS, Police community for all your support over the years - it has been our pleasure to serve all of you, You will be missed. Please be safe as you serve us.

We would like to thank all the staff past and present for your hard work. We could not have done it without you. It was a pleasure to watch our staff go from teenagers to young adults and move forward with their lives. Thank you to all the moms and dads who worked with us over the years to make ends meet, you are also heroes. Thank you to the crew of employees that have hung with us for so long through all the ups and downs, you guys rock and we will miss you more then words can express. This business is about so much more then just putting food on a plate and dollars in the bank." - via Station 7 Restaurant's Facebook page.

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