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updated: 1/28/2014 5:54 PM

Go Roma to close Deer Park location Saturday

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The Go Roma restaurant at Deer Park Town Center in Deer Park will close Saturday, Feb. 1, but all four of its other Chicago-area locations will remain open.

"We are closing our Deer Park location, as the real estate company that owns and manages Deer Park Town Center is going in a new direction," Fast Fresh Italian LLC Managing Partner Mike Christie said in a written statement.

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Representatives of Deer Park Town Center did not return calls late Tuesday seeking comment.

Go Roma will be offering 20 percent discounts through Saturday at the Deer Park location, 20530 N. Rand Road. These also will be honored for any Super Bowl catering order for Sunday, Feb. 2 -- with pickup to occur at the Lincolnshire location at 900 Milwaukee Ave.

Go Roma's other remaining locations are at 635 E. Boughton Road in Bolingbrook; 3061 Dundee Road in Northbrook; and 848 N. State St. in Chicago.

Deer Park patrons can receive 10 percent discounts at these other locations through Friday, Feb. 28 by picking up a Deer Park Go Roma business card by Saturday.

In his announcement of the Deer Park site closing, Christie also wrote, "We are doubly sad, for the thousands of patrons who love to eat here, and for our staff that has happily served the community for nearly nine years. We want to thank our Deer Park patrons, as well as those from our neighboring towns of Kildeer, Lake Zurich, Barrington, Palatine, Arlington Heights, Long Grove and beyond."

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