Paoli Boston Market Closes

The signage has been removed and the interior is in the process of being cleaned out.

The Boston Market at the corner of Lancaster Avenue (Route 30) and Leopard Road (Route 252) closed recently. The signage had been removed Wednesday, and a commercial cleaning company was at work inside the building.

A sign on the door directed customers to the locations in Phoenixville and West Chester, saying:

To Our Guests

Thank you for your support and patronage. It has been our privilege and pleasure to serve you.

Unfortunately, this Boston Market restaurant is closing. It would be our pleasure to serve you at the Boston Market restaurants nearby

An email to the company's media relations address was not immediately returned. The news was not well received by some Twitter users:

alex rubin ‏@RubinSandwiches wrote:

rest in peace to the Boston Market in Paoli. you will be forever missed, you've been there ever since I can remember

Alex Stuart ‏@S3XyL3xyy wrote:

the Boston Market in Paoli has been closed, and the devastation cannot be overestimated #rip

cara santo ‏@welcum2CARAdise wrote:

A moment of silence for the Boston market in Paoli that's closing today. Don't know how I can possibly live without you honestly.
BHR February 28, 2013 at 08:01 PM
I heard a bank is moving in. Because, of course, there just aren't enough banks on Rt. 30 in Paoli. Closing Boston Market is a sad. My 95 year old father can buy a large meal for about $9 and have enough for two dinners and a lunch!
Uncle Floyd March 04, 2013 at 03:47 PM
Your comment appears to indicate that your are evidently, educated beyond your intelligence and there is no place for you, anywhere.
Erik March 04, 2013 at 04:00 PM
What a shame - I live and work nearby, and Boston Market was always a convenient, quick, and tasty lunch option when I was in a hurry and wanted good food at a reasonable price. The staff was top-notch, with a great customer-focused attitude.
J H March 07, 2013 at 05:07 PM
And your comment seems to indicate that you are capable of ESP. That you can surmise all of that from my comment is amazing and you should definitely quit your day job.
Uncle Floyd March 07, 2013 at 07:19 PM
JH, ESP is not required based on your comment. And, to be fare and balanced, 1) What scientific method did you use to determine that Boston Market is for and attracts poor people? 2) Did you mean there is no place for poor people in Paoli or just Boston Market and that their customers are all poor?, 3) What other resturants, eating establishments or other businesses should not be allowed in Paoli? 4) Are there zoning laws/rules or regulations that do not permit businesses of any type to serve "Poor people"? 5) Should there be signs at the borders of Paoli to warn, NO POOR PEOPLE ALLOWED?


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