LINCOLN, Neb. – The first Village Inn in Lincoln, located at 29th and O Streets, is no longer open for business.
The restaurant is not serving customers on Monday, and an employee who answered the phone said a financial decision has led to a permanent closure.
There is also a sign on the front door of the restaurant that says "We're closing our doors. We will be closing Sunday, February 11 at 2 p.m. We look forward to seeing you at our other locations."
Multiple calls have been placed, but the corporate office has not confirmed the permanent closure.
The Lincoln Lancaster County Health Department suspended the restaurant's license twice for cockroaches in 2017, but it is unclear if the violations relate to the closure.