Prince Albert’s Diner to close

Last call for iconic Prince Albert’s Diner as owners announce closing at end of the month

LONDON’S ICONIC PRINCE Albert’s Diner has announced it will be closing its doors at the end of November.

Brother and sister Bill Spigos and Betsy Gallo, who have been running the landmark diner located at the corner of Richmond and Albert streets since 1996, said that after 25 years, it’s “our time to go” in a Facebook post

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“Was it the best 25 years of our lives? Absolutely!!! A 25 year goal was set, our goal was met and now it’s our time to go,” reads the post.

“Our success was made possible by the support of our loyal customers, the dedication of our employees who have become part of our family, and the joy of operating Prince Albert’s Diner,” the post continues. “We want to thank all of our suppliers and business associates who we have had the pleasure of working with for many years and made lasting friendships.”

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While the Richmond Row diner will be closing, Spigos and Gallo say they will be taking the name with them.

“We are honored to be able to say that we had a landmark in London. We don’t know what the future holds for Prince Al’s, but NO DINER FINER will never disappear!” Prince Albert's Diner to close Prince Albert's Diner Food & Beverage

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