Scramblers On Main Street Closes

by | Jul 10, 2014

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The sign reads: “Closed. Thank you.”

Closed for vacation? Closed for renovation? Closed for good? It’s closed for good, according to employees. The final day was Sunday.

According to regular customers, it closed because of rising food prices and declining sales. The restaurant had been open there since the 1990s, after Dunkin Donuts moved south on Main Street.

The restaurant is owned by Richard Seddon, who owns two other Scramblers restaurants (in Cranston and Johnston) and two Breakfast Nook restaurants (in North Kingstown and Wakefield). Those eateries remain open.

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  1. robinkall

    i hope something wonderful opens in its place

  2. Ed

    Sorry to see Scramblers closed. The family will miss eating breakfast there on the weekends. Hopefully something will open there that all can enjoy.


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