4 Speed on 50 Diner Expected to Be Delivered to Lawrenceburg Next Week

The diner has been under construction in Florida and will be "'plug and play" when it arrives.

(Lawrenceburg, Ind.) – The 4 Speed on 50 Diner is expected to be shipped to Lawrenceburg next week.

Steven Caudill, the owner of 4 Speed on 50,  tells Eagle Country 99.3 that inspection of the building will take place this week, and if all goes well the diner will be on its way to its new home on U.S. 50 by the middle of next week.

The diner has been under construction in Florida.

Caudill says the diner will be “plug and play.” It comes fully equipped with all cooking equipment, fixtures, furniture, etc.

The diner will not be a 24-hour establishment, but will serve breakfast, lunch and dinner.

An official opening date has yet to be determined.

 

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