If you're a fan of Le Petit Zinc, the French-inspired breakfast and lunch restaurant in midtown Detroit, Saturday is your last chance to dine there

The restaurant will close its doors Sunday, according to an announcement on its Facebook page.

"Thank you for your loyalty and showing up everyday to visit and support our little cafe," the post read. "Today we celebrate, as we will be closing our the doors of our business Sunday, April 21, 2019."

There are "exciting changes" in the making for Le Petit Zinc, according to the post.

The restaurant, originally located in Corktown, moved to 70 W. Alexandrine St. in Midtown last year, after a dispute with its landlord.

Le Petit Zinc encouraged patrons to stop by Saturday to say goodbye to the staff.

Detroit Free Press reporter Mark Kurlyandchik contributed to this report

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