Pastrami on Wry, a Corey Wry restaurant, has been sold after being put up for sale last month. Pastrami on Wry was put on the market last month along with sister restaurant, Catsup and Mustard.
Pastrami on Wry closed last week for 4th of July, and was scheduled to reopen on the July 5th, but signs were later changed to July 8th. As of Monday night new signs were put up announcing the sale.
Pastrami on Wry started 13 years ago at the corner of Cook Street and East Middle Turnpike in a small space before moving up East Center Street into a former paint shop; moving in along with a liquor store.
Corey Wry started his career with his first restaurant in Manchester, Pastrami on Wry, before expanding to open Corey's Catsup and Mustard on Main Street; then opening CW's Chops and Catch on Hartford Road. Chops and Catch closed six years after it opened, sold to become an Italian restaurant.
No word yet on the buyer of Pastrami on Wry, or their future plans for the restaurant. No word yet on whether Catsup and Mustard has sold, but they were open for regular business earlier this week.
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