Washington, District of Columbia 2020-11-22 07:21:04 –
The original Ledo restaurant will stay in College Park, Maryland and will return to new control in four to seven months.
The original Ledo restaurant is here to stay after a short break.
The restaurant, located at 4509 Knox Road in College Park, Maryland, was scheduled to close on Sunday after cutting off square pizza and Italian cuisine for 65 years.
In both Saturday’s door sign and social media post, the Marcos family said the restaurant would return to new control in four to seven months.
“A local group will buy the business and remain Red,” said the sign.
Tommy Marcos Sr. And Robert L. Beall founded and opened the original Ledo Restaurant in Adelphi in 1955. The original oven and restaurant moved to College Park in 2010. Tommy Sr. Son Tommy Jr. told The Diamondback earlier this year. He was selling a restaurant to retire.
Marcos Jr. in 1989. The business was split when James Beall launched a franchise model and founded the Ledo Pizza restaurant chain.
The restaurant is last open in its current form from 11am to 9pm on Sundays.
The new ownership group will provide details on plans for the return of Red in 2021 in the near future.
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