IHOP in Boonton is permanently closed for business, reports say.
The Boonton Plaza location on Wootton Street closed its doors at 4 p.m. Sunday, Daily Record reports citing District Manager Abe Jubran.
"The lease was done and we already have enough headaches with other stores and staffing," Jubran reportedly told the outlet. "All that and everything going on with the government. It was time to pull the trigger."
Meanwhile, IHOP enthusiasts can still get their pancake fix at the franchise’s other Morris County locations in Cedar Knolls and Parsippany. The Totowa restaurant in Passaic County also remains open for visitors.
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