Fast food chain Wahlburgers has permanently closed one store because it ran out of food.
The burger chain, owned by Mark Wahlberg and his brothers Paul and Donnie, has more than 50 locations in the United States.
However, the chain abruptly closed its store in Ross Township, Pennsylvania.
According to the status on its Facebook page, the restaurant was scheduled to close at 6 p.m. on Dec. 30, but had to close early.
The food ran out before closing as people nearby tried desperately to get their hands on the last Wahlburger.
On Friday, Brock Northway Restaurant announced it was “officially closed!”
“You have to remove food from us and close the door.
“Thank you everyone for everything!”
Many customers, hoping for a quick trip on the restaurant’s final day, were disappointed.
“Totally disappointed and was hoping to stop by tomorrow as well,” one commenter said.
“I was there the day it opened, but I wanted to be there the day it closed. This hurts.”
“Sad to hear this. It was one of our favorites,” said one mourner.
“Shocking,” added another.
The reason for the closure was not disclosed, but one customer said, “The location in the mall was bad to begin with.”
Wahlburger lovers in Pittsburgh are encouraged to visit Robinson’s Restaurant instead.
Meanwhile, customers also mentioned other places they miss and hope to someday establish future locations.
“It’s my favorite place to eat. I’m so sad it closed in Texas because we’ve always been great, the Flecha cocktails were great, and the atmosphere was great,” one person wrote.
Another participant added, “I hope it reopens in Orlando,” and yet another wanted it to arrive in Canton, Ohio.