Eagle Provisions Officially Closed After 36 Years

Photo: Hannah Whitaker via Grub Street

Photo: Hannah Whitaker via Grub Street

The unfortunate day has finally arrived: Eagle Provisions has closed. Owners John and Richard Zawisny made the decision to close their sausage-and-beer mecca after putting their building up for sale last summer, when they initially hoped to find investors to keep it afloat. Unable to do so, they made the decision to  sell. The store had been in business since 1979, when the duo’s father, a Polish immigrant named Szczepan Zawisny, took over the then-40-year-old White Eagle Market. A developer will take over and — wait for it — build apartments.

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