Ellie’s 50′s Diner shutting its doors in Delray Beach after 32 years

The funky and festive diner has been fixture in Palm Beach County for over three decades!

DELRAY BEACH, Florida (SOUTH FLORIDA WEEKEND) - A Delray Beach favorite will close its doors for the final time this July. The last day to grab a meal at Ellie’s 50′s Diner is Sunday, July 10, 2022.

The iconic 50′s themed diner is closing due to the property being sold and the owners retiring, according to the restaurant’s Facebook page. The restaurant has been open for 32 years in Delray Beach.

Memorabilia from the restaurant has been sold to the public for the last few weeks. Wellington resident Vanilla Ice scored the restaurant’s life-size Elvis statue and Marilyn Monroe statue, according to a Facebook post.

There will be a last chance to score a piece of memorabilia from Ellie’s on July 8th & 9th! Merchandise will be sold at “Ellie’s Garage Sale” in the Flamingo Room from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The owners ask that you RSVP for the event as space is limited. You can do so here!