Longtime Middletown fast-food restaurant closes

A longtimefast-food restaurant has shut its doors.

A “closed” sign is posted on the doors of Long John Silver’s, 1304 S. Breiel Blvd. in Middletown.

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The 1,855-square-foot building in which the Middletown restaurant was housed was constructed in 1976, according to the Butler County Auditor’s Office.

Founded in 1969, the Louisville, Ky.-based Long John Silver’s chain is the nation’s largest quick-service seafood restaurant chain. It has nearly 1,000 franchised restaurants nationwide, including Hamilton, Fairfield, West Chester Twp., Springboro, West Carrollton and Dayton.

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