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After 17 years, Rubino’s Pizzeria closes at Herndon’s Clock Tower Plaza

The family-owned restaurant Rubino’s Pizzeria marks its last day of business today in Herndon (via Google Maps)

(Updated at 2:15 p.m.) The final hour has descended upon a popular pizza spot in Herndon’s Clock Tower plaza.

Rubino’s Pizzeria‘s last day of business in the location at 2415 B-9 Centreville Road is today (Tuesday), ending a 17-year blitz in the plaza. (Correction: The number of years Rubino’s Pizzeria has been in business has been fixed.)

The restaurant’s other locations in Ashbrook Commons and Broadlands remain open, and catering orders will be accepted online via www.getrubinos.com.

“The Rubino family would love to thank everyone for your continued support for over three decades,” the business wrote in a statement.

The business was founded in 2005 by the Rubino brothers — Stephen, John and David — who graduated from George Mason University and are Loudoun County residents. The Herndon location was pizzeria’s first, according its website.

A request for comment from FFXnow was not immediately returned.

The restaurant serves pizzas, cheesecakes, calzones, stromboli, hoagies, salads, pasta and other items.

Image via Google Maps

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