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Monday, March 11, 2019

Spare Time Grill Neon Sign Catches Fire, Repairs Being Made

The iconic neon sign at Ingram's Spare Time Grill caught fire this weekend, causing the restaurant to temporarily close.

According to reports, a passerby saw the sign was on fire and alerted responders, who were able to contain the fire. There was minimal damage, but the restaurant will be closed while repairs are made.

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The restaurant updated fans on its Facebook page:

"Due to a small electrical fire, we will have to be closed until repairs can be made. We will keep you all updated, and are praying we will be open, serving our customers by the end of the week!"

In September, the owners of Sparetime's Belly & Soul announced that they were closing their wildly popular diner. It didn't stay closed long as Lisa Kremer and her family stepped in as new owners of the restaurant, now called Ingram's Sparetime.

Kremer has been working at the restaurant since it was reopened.

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