Fraser Street Deli Closes After 13 Years In Business
The Fraser Street Deli is now closed after owners Cristin and Josh Guiher sold the business over winter break.
The Guihers announced their decision on Facebook, saying they’ve received numerous offers over the years, but that it was the right time for them to sell after 13 years in business. The post said they hope to spend more time with their son, Colton.
The sandwich shop was known for its offerings named after Penn State legends, guaranteeing that their marks would never be forgotten on Fraser Street. Cristin and Josh added to the menu over the years, and grouped items into different categories of Penn State lore, including all-americans, coaches, artists, presidents, basketball players, quarterbacks, linebackers, business owners, professors, and other athletes.
“We really did enjoy serving every one of you, so we are sad to leave those friendships that we have built behind,” the Guihers wrote. “Many of those friendships go well beyond the typical owner/customer and employer/employee relationship and we are very grateful for that.”
The message did not include details of who purchased the business or whether the new owners plan to operate a similar business.
You can read the full message from the Guiher family below.
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