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Framingham’s J&M Diner Has a New Hope and Will Reopen Later This Fall

After being destroyed in a fire, it will reopen elsewhere in Framingham

Cinnamon raisin French toast at J&M Diner
Cinnamon raisin French toast at J&M Diner
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Months after a devastating fire destroyed the longtime home of J&M Diner in Framingham, the beloved restaurant will reopen in a new location. The restaurant will move into 50 Worcester Rd. when its current occupant, Big Fresh, closes down later this month, according to Boston Restaurant Talk.

J&M has been closed since March, when 10 other businesses in the same Old Path Village Plaza in Framingham were shut down following a massive fire, as previously reported. J&M had been open since 1998, with owners Dave and Karen Fiore hosting a regular crop of customers from the neighborhood and beyond. The new location was revealed Thursday morning through a live video on J&M Diner’s Facebook page.

The J&M team will take over the Big Fresh space next week and will aim to reopen by October.

J&M Diner in Framingham to Reopen in Big Fresh Space in Framingham [BRT]
Framingham Fire Destroys 11 Businesses, Including J&M Diner [EBOS]

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