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The Carvery Downtown Closes for Good

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega The Carvery Downtown Closes for Good
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After a plumbing mishap last December, The Carvery sandwich shop located on E. Gay Street is unable to reopen its doors. The restaurant notified diners on Facebook on December 17, after which it appeared to be under maintenance. This week, their closed for construction sign was removed, and owner Dave Ruhl confirmed The Carvery is closed for good.

“After thoroughly evaluating our situation and working with our landlords we decided it would not make sense to reopen,” Ruhl said in an email. “It sounds like another restaurant is on their way in, about which I don’t know any details.”

The Carvery opened at 51 E. Gay Street in the summer of 2014. Naturally a spot for lunch, the sandwich shop kept a minimalist menu of sandwiches made from ingredients prepared in-house, as well as a variety of soups and daily specials.

“We would like to thank the thousands of people that came through our doors over the years and enjoyed our creations,” The Carvery shared in a Facebook post this afternoon. “It was truly a pleasure to serve.”

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