‘A farewell message’: Apopka diner closes after 20 years

APOPKA, Fla. — Apopka’s Argos Family Diner will close its doors next month after 20 years in business.


The family-owned diner, which is located on East Semoran Boulevard near Lake Brantley Road, announced Saturday that it will permanently close its doors April 14.

“It’s with humble gratitude and a heavy heart that we are announcing the closing of Argos Family Diner,” the restaurant said on a social media post. “This has been a difficult and emotional decision, and sad to have to say goodbye after 20 great years.”

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The diner said it loved serving the community.

“This has been the most grueling decision that’s now out of our control.” The restaurant said.

The diner’s owners said it encourages its customers to patronize Christo’s Cafe, its sister restaurant in Orlando’s College Park neighborhood.

See a map of the location below.

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Beatriz Oliveira, WFTV.com

Beatriz Oliveira is a Content Creator for WFTV.com.

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