A popular North Dallas restaurant is closing its doors after serving customers for ten years.
The customers know Crossroads Diner restaurant for its comfort food and one-of-a-kind sticky buns.
Over the years. Owner and Chef Tom Fleming have been sharing secret recipes with the media.
Today, early morning, he took to his Facebook account and posted that he has to close the restaurant permanently.
Just Like other small businesses, the diner has suffered a lot during the pandemic.
Fleming was forced to lay off 25 employees when the diner closed temporarily at the start of the pandemic.
By July, the dining area was open to the public once again, but their business never picked up enough.
Fleming thanked his entire team and valuable customers saying it was a good run.
The diner fell short of its 10th anniversary by just five days.