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March 8, 2017MARYVILLE, Mo. | By: Yehle
A 24-hour diner-style restaurant chain will not open in Maryville for now, despite an announcement of its pending arrival a year ago.
In February 2016, Huddle House revealed it would settle in Maryville after selecting a site to construct a new establishment. The debut never transpired. Director of Franchise Development for Huddle House Jeff Hood says the deal stalled after the announcement went public. Nodaway County Economic Development Director Josh McKim says the situation’s demise resulted from the early disclosure.
Hood confirmed Huddle House had selected a site by the time of announcement, but preferred not to divulge the location. Regardless of the setback, Hood says Huddle House continues to show interest in the community. Hood indicates Huddle House is open to expanding into other areas of eastern Missouri as well.