Popular Randolph Diner Closing Their Doors

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RANDOLPH – A popular hometown diner in Randolph is closing their doors.

Vern’s Place announced the restaurant’s ownership plans to retire at the end of the year.

First opening in March 2011, the local favorite is known for their homemade soups and specials prepared daily.

“Vern is hanging up her apron,” wrote the restaurant in a post on social media. “My sister Debbie, Johnny on the Spot assistant cook, is also ready to retire.”

“You’ve wore these old ladies out. It’s been a great pleasure serving you all over the years. I’ve met so many wonderful people and gained a whole new family.”

The owner writes the success of their restaurant was definitely group effort, and sincerely thanked their employees and customers.

The diner will continue to serve meals through December, unless the restaurant should sell before that time.


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