Originally Published: October 6, 2018 4:58 p.m.
Cuppers Bistro closed
Cuppers Bistro on Lee Boulevard in Prescott has closed its doors due to owner illness, according to a sign taped onto its entrance.
“Thank you for the care and concern so many have already shared,” the owners posted on the business’s Facebook page.
The owners, Jamey and Andrea Mauk, opened the restaurant about five years ago.
They will, however, continue to operate Cuppers Coffeehouse, 226 S. Cortez St, in downtown Prescott.
Pizza Hut moving Prescott location
Hoping to increase its visibility, Pizza Hut is planning to move its location on Iron Springs Road to a space along Willow Creek Road adjacent Natural Grocers.
A restaurant manager said they’ll likely be open at the new location sometime in the first week of November.
Prescott Family Diner closed
A piece of paper with the words, “Sorry, but we are closed from now til forever!” has been posted at the entrance of Prescott Family Diner.
The business, located at 520 Miller Valley Road in Prescott, opened in late 2016.
The owner, Tally El Bayomy, could not be reached for comment in time for publication.
Before opening the restaurant, Bayomy spent several months renovating the 8,000-square-foot building, modeling it after three similar family diners he owns in Pennsylvania.
The building is now up for lease.
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