Diner 24 closes, will reopen under new management

photo by Caroline Herring

One of the most anticipated restaurants of the year – Diner 24 – was short-lived, at least with the current management. Bottle Cap Group, the owners of the 24-hour diner in the former Charlie’s Steakhouse at 18 E. Coffee St., Greenville, announced the restaurant’s closing Nov. 13 after opening in July.

The sudden closing came after an almost two-year process to open the only 24-hour dining option near Main Street.

“At this time, we are not releasing additional information. Diner 24 closed today and will open under new management,” said Morgan Conroy, Bottle Cap Group marketing director. “Our company will continue to operate SIP, Ink N Ivy Greenville, Vine Nightclub, and our newest addition, Wu’s Cajun Seafood, that will open later this month. Training began today, and we are actively hiring all front-of-house and back-of-house positions.”

Bottle Cap Group recently closed Brazwells Premium Pub at 631 S. Main St., and in May, they closed Green Room Restaurant & Bar at 116 N. Main St., which will reopen as Wu’s Cajun Seafood in the coming weeks.


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