Little Pete’s Responds via Social Media to Recent Hyatt Hotel News

A recent Facebook post shines more light on the news that a Hyatt will replace the famous diner spot.

In case you missed it, a representative from Chancellor Hotel Associates, the company developing the Little Pete’s Restaurant site, announced to City Council this week that plans to convert the 17th and Chancellor site into a Hudson Hotel have been scrapped.

Instead, a Hyatt Centric is the new flag slated to replace the long-standing diner with a three-story parking garage. Although an email request to Clemens Construction Co. for details on the hotel rebranding were not immediately available, we did spot a response from Little Pete’s on Facebook. Behold:

Update: The meeting yesterday only proved one thing, that the Hyatt is NOT ready to be built. So we’re not closing anytime soon.

Posted by Little Pete’s Restaurant on Thursday, October 1, 2015

A call for comment to Little Pete’s Restaurant owner Peter Koutroubas to elaborate on that meeting – and maybe give us a hint as to where he plans to move the diner when the time comes – was not returned as of press time.