CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (KCRG) – An legal professional representing the proprietor of the Hamburg Inn No. 2 in Iowa Metropolis says the long-lasting restaurant and political icon won’t shut in every week, regardless of statements from managers and workers.
On Friday, managers and workers told TV9 the Hamburg Inn would close on January 8th, citing wanted repairs and a scarcity of money movement. The supervisor stated it could be as much as the proprietor if the closure was everlasting or short-term.
On Saturday, an legal professional representing the Hamburg Inn instructed TV9 that seems to be confusion with the managers and workers and said the restaurant would stay open for the forseeable future even because it operates on lowered hours to handle plumbing points.
“The Hamburg Inn has been working at lowered hours the previous couple of weeks and can proceed to take action for the following few weeks to make updates,” legal professional Kim Baer stated. “There are not any plans to shut the restaurant.”
Michael Lee purchased the Hamburg Inn in 2016 with plans to develop and open new areas in Iowa and even in Asia. Baer stated these plans have subsided however stated the proprietor is trying to develop, possible within the Iowa Metropolis or Cedar Rapids space, however that there isn’t a actual location or timeline. A second location, Hamburg Inn East, beforehand closed in 2000.
The restaurant has been open since 1935 and has been a preferred spot for politicians in search of Iowans’ help for President, with visits from Barrack Obama, Invoice Clinton and Ronald Reagan. The Hamburg Inn
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