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Hopatcong's Thyme Out! Closes Indefinitely

Pair of restaurant's owners cite business issues.

After in July, will close indefinitely, two of the restuarant's owners confirmed Tuesday.

Owners Lynn LoPorto and Roy Malmendier, in separate telephone interviews, cited "business issues" as the reason for the abrupt closing. Malmendier said Thyme Out! plans to reopen.

"We're just doing some paperwork and stuff that needs to be done," Malmendier said. "Shouldn't be too long. Maybe a few weeks, the longest.

"[We're] not considering shutting down for good."

Collette Malmendier-Ioffredo and Linda D. Frazier also own Thyme Out!

Roseanne Marie S. January 31, 2012 at 10:58 PM
I thought the food was excellent as well. The problem was the service big time. Sometimes when the service is so bad it's very hard to enjoy what your eating regardless of how good it is due to the aggravation. For my family the food was worth the wait. I really hope you do reopen soon because I am sick of asking my family whose pizza they want every Friday when we order out.
Patchreader February 09, 2012 at 03:02 PM
I think the service and the food is much better at the Lakeside Grill was there last week
JenniferB March 07, 2012 at 02:09 PM
Saw a For Sale/Lease sign up. I guess it's closed for good?
genesko March 07, 2012 at 05:51 PM
This town needs a real diner. Shouldn't have to go to Roxbury or Randolph (which we did last week, usually good, but the caesar salad with chicken was terrible.) These little luncheonettes just don't cut it and the outside is very uninviting. Been in Hopatcong for 20+ years and I still feel like most of these little shops are for some other brand of local. It is not inviting. Seriously, Franks is inviting. Even Parma Johns is inviting. something about Glass doors so you can see inside...? It just looks like a converted corner bar. Seriously, look at the rainy-day pic next to this article. does that make me want to eat there? really? no. Here's an idea since knocking out the walls for windows is probably not in your budget -- get some plants, even small trees in pots with some white lights on them, Donate to the high school art department if the kids will paint a great mural or something on the outside walls. Anything.
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