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Last Friendly's on Rhode Island closes



Last Friendly's in Rhode Island closes


The last remaining Friendly restaurant on Rhode Island has closed. A sign on the door to the restaurant on Mineral Spring Avenue in North Providence announces the news, the Providence Journal reported. "We're sorry you disappointed this visit, but this place is now closed for business," the sign says. When the chain came out of bankruptcy protection in 201

2, it had 254 restaurants. At the highest in the 1980s, there were more than 700 Friendly Locations The Wilbraham-based chain was founded in 1935 by Springfield brothers S. Prestley and Curtis Blake.

The last remaining Friendly restaurant on Rhode Island has closed.

A sign on the door of the restaurant on Mineral Spring Avenue in North Providence announces the news, the Providence Journal reported.

"We are sorry for disappointing you on this visit, but this place is now closed for business," the sign says.

When the chain came out of bankruptcy protection in 2012, it had 254 restaurants. At the peak of the 1980s, there were more than 700 Friendly's locations.

The Wilbraham-based chain was founded in 1935 by the Springfield brothers S. Prestley and Curtis Blake.


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