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When the brand you love dies, what to do next?

After the iconic car wash in New York City was shuttered, a small but passionate community decided to resurrect the iconic brand.

The community of Queens, New York, is now seeking to rebuild the iconic restaurant with a new name and brand.

A group of local residents launched a crowdfunding campaign to pay for the restoration of the historic restaurant and to purchase items such as vintage signage, paintings, and posters, the Queens Daily News reported.

It is now being called The Restaurant That Changed the World.

“The name that was so beloved by the people who worked there is no longer in use,” the Queens-based group said in a statement.

“In this day and age, it is time for a brand new name to be created to reflect this brand’s history.”

The restaurant was built in 1931 and opened its doors in 1940.

It became a destination for locals, as well as tourists from all over the world, and served as the city’s flagship restaurant.

The name was taken over by the New York Jets football team in 1964, and it’s also known as the New Jersey Devils’ headquarters.

The city is now known as Newark, New Jersey, and the restaurant is now in its third and final year as a fixture in the city.

“I think it’s been a little bit of a ghost town,” said the owner of the restaurant, Robert Sutter.

“The owners are in a state of shock and grief.”

“The new name was the name that everyone in New Jersey had known for years, and for a while, I think we were all just waiting for the new owner to come along,” he added.

“And I think that’s where it’s at now.

It’s time to come back.”

The Restaurant That Made the World A local resident has been working on a plan to restore the iconic New York restaurant, which has been closed since it was closed in 2016.

The project is being spearheaded by a group of New Jersey residents, including a woman named Maria, who has been involved in restoring the restaurant for almost 30 years.

Maria said the owners wanted to bring the restaurant back to its former glory, but also to keep the memories of the former owners alive.

“There are many people who love the restaurant but it’s just not quite the same anymore,” Maria said.

“It’s sad.

It can be hard, but you’ve got to have a good reason for it.”

The owners said they are in the process of researching a new new name for the restaurant.

They are also trying to find a way to bring back the original sign, which is painted on the ceiling of the building.

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