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Ithaca, N.Y. — Manos Diner on Route 13 will be closing up shop next weekend, according to Katrina Dahl, who works at the restaurant.

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The diner has been open for more than four decades, one profile says. Dahl said her last day will be next Sunday.

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The 24-hour joint is readily recognizable by its prominent sign on Route 13.

14850.com had the following to say about Manos in a recent review:

Dubbed “The Diner of Fate” by those who know, Manos offers the usual diner fare, from breakfasts 24 hours a day to sandwiches, burgers, and entrees, plus a full bar (and a nearly identical food menu) in the attached Ichabod’s. Manos is perfect for an inexpensive but filling breakfast.

The Voice is scheduled to speak with Manos’ owner and plans on updating this account with a full story later today or tomorrow.


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Jeff Stein

Jeff Stein is the founder and former editor of the Ithaca Voice.