Wally’s Deli — a popular sandwich shop in Emmaus — won’t be closing after all.

The owners of the 33-year-old store announced plans to close the 1245 Chestnut St. location at the end of September due to a lack of staff.

But this week, they changed their plans and announced they would stay open after finding enough help to operate the restaurant. The Emmaus restaurant, known for its ‘Hog’ sandwiches, will be open from 10am to 3pm Monday to Thursday and Saturday and 10am to 7pm on Friday.

“Thank you again for all your wonderful support and prayers during these crazy uncertain times,” the owners wrote on Facebook.

Like many in the restaurant industry after the pandemic, Wally’s faced a labor shortage that nearly closed its doors at Emmaus. They also operate another location, 711 N. 17th St., Allentown.

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