DORMONT (KDKA) — Sunday will be the last day residents in Dormont can grab a gyro from the ever-popular Tom’s Diner.

“After 40 years in business, it’s time to hang up the gyro knife and relax a little!” Said owner John Petropoulos in a Facebook post.

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The diner is set to close after Sunday.

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Since 1980, Tom’s Diner was a popular spot with both Greek and American cuisines that locals could visit along West Liberty Avenue.

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“Tom’s may be saying goodbye, but the good will never be forgotten,” Petropoulos concluded on Facebook.