Tony Sawyer, owner of Bob's Downtown Diner, shows off the Bob's Mule Burger that he'll be serving during the inaugural Mobtown Burger Week. (Lawrence Specker | LSpecker@AL.com)
Fans of the biscuits, burgers and other faves at Bob’s Downtown Diner will have to do without for a few days.
On Friday afternoon, the Mobile restaurant posted on Facebook they’re closed until the morning of Aug. 19 due to COVID-19 precautions.
“It is with a heavy heart that we have to make this decision to close for a few days,” the post reads. “One of our team members was exposed to COVID and we are taking the necessary precautionary measures to ensure our safety and yours.”
Bob’s Downtown Diner is physically located on the corner of Jackson and St Francis streets. The restaurant’s website is whimsically titled corneroffatandhappy.com.
More than 10,000 FB users follow Bob’s Downtown Diner’s on Facebook.
Executive chef Tony Sawyer hails from St. Augustine, Fla., where he worked in his father’s seafood restaurant, King Neptune’s.
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