December 5, 2023


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Main Street Grill building in Crestline will be sold at auction

Auctioneer John Froehlich sits in the dining room of the former Main Street Grill in Crestline. Froehlich, a Westlake-based auctioneer, will sell the building next month.

CRESTLINE — In late August of past 12 months, there was no indication Most important Avenue Grill was about to shut.

“They arrived in on a Friday, cooked every person dinner,” auctioneer John Froehlich explained. “Stated let us clean up and get prepared for tomorrow, polished anything up in the back again, place anything absent — and determined not to occur back again. Boom. Like a mild switch. There’s foods in the freezer, food in the wander-in cooler. There is dry goods all over the racks — they’re going to donate them and then we are going to be great to go. But we’re offering everything down to the bare partitions.”

The restaurant at 819 E. Key St. was formerly identified as Hunger Paynes Restaurant. It obtained by Jole Ronk, operator of Ronk’s Towing, and his son Joey in December 2019, Froelich said.