WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — After half a century, West Lafayette's MCL Restaurant and Bakery will be closing its doors later this month.
According to a posted sign on MCL's door, the last day for the Sagamore Parkway business will be on Jan. 19. They thanked their customers and encourage people to visit their other locations.
WLFI has reached out to the owners but have yet to hear back.
MCL Restaurant and Bakery operate many locations throughout Indiana with several in Ohio and Illinois. The company began with a single cafeteria in Indianapolis in 1950, founded by Charles O. McGaughey and George Laughner. MCL is an abbreviation of their two names.
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