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Video: Hanne's Says Goodbye To Its Customers

Liesel Spalding, the owner of , says goodbye to her customers after the restaurant has been sold after being in Havertown for 30 years.

After three generations of family members—started by grandmother Hanne Bruwelheid in 1982 and continued by her mother Christine Spalding and then the 27-year-old Liesel Spalding this past January—serving up food to the many people of Haverford Township, .

In the video, Spalding reads a message that she wrote to her customers. The message, which is written on a board over the counter, informs Hanne's customers that the restaurant will be closing and that their loyalty and presence was cherished by Spalding and her family.

Spalding said she will be throwing a for her customers on Saturday, July 28, from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m. at where food will be served. She said that her customers can ask her about the party.

Hevertown Resident July 19, 2012 at 12:40 PM
I cannot believe this place ever passed a Health department inspection. Maybe they were giving away free meals to those tasked with ensuring the public's safety. It could only be described as dirty, sticky, buggy with the owner chain smoking outside all of the time. Hopefully whatever opens in its place will be cleaner.
momof3 July 19, 2012 at 03:53 PM
Now the "Good bye Party for the customers" has now turned into a Fundraiser for the owner. If she had kept the place half as clean as her Grandmother, she wouldn't need a Fundraiser. What a CROCK.
kathy dimario July 20, 2012 at 02:44 AM
Did the owner consider looking into the old Nib's /Bull Dawg location at County Line & Loraine Rd in Ardmore?? It's been vacant for years and was once a breakfast /lunch place for many years....we at Joyce's Salon down the street would love to have a breakfast place! Check it out!!!
bob spencer July 25, 2012 at 12:57 AM
Hannes was like gandhi, not the cleanest person but has more heart then youll ever comprehend! I got your back liesel!! ;) B.S.

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