DEBS Place To Close After 22 Years In Webster


DEBS Place (Yelp)

Here’s your last chance to get a great home-cooked meal for only $5 in Webster.  Serving the area since 1996, D.E.B.S. Place, known for their inexpensive breakfast and lunch specials will soon be no more.

Brian Estabrooks says he has no choice but to close up shop after 22 years.  He told THE LAKE 940 it is “not due to lack of business,” but there have been “issues” with the landlord who owns the building.  He would not elaborate on what he meant by that.

Brian told us, he has enjoyed doing business in Webster, “Through the years I’ve met a lot of good people.  Some will be friends forever.”

We asked him if there was a possibility of opening up D.E.B.S. Place elsewhere in town, but ultimately he chose not to because it would be too expensive.

Brian’s daughter, Aimee Estabrooks tells THE LAKE 940 that the restaurant closing is beyond their control.  “So sad to see my dad closing DEBS place” adding, “if you know my dad he is the hardest working man you will ever meet.”

Aimee has worked side-by-side with her father for the last 5 years.  She told us that D.E.B.S. stands for Debbie, Elizabeth, Brian and Sarah (Her step-mother, sister, father and other sister.)

Aimee is inviting longtime customers and friends to come by their 4 East Main Street location for one last meal before the doors close for good, “because there will never be a place like this around again. Great people, great customers, and lots of fun.”

There is no official closing date yet, but they are working on selling the rest of the items in stock, which could be as early as the next few weeks.  On the specials board today is spaghetti and meatballs, shepherd’s pie, chicken pot pie, Swedish meatballs, roast beef and more.  Hours are 7AM-4PM Tuesday through Sunday.

When asked if he had a message to his loyal customers over the years, Brian said, “We will miss each and everyone of you.”

Best of luck to The Estabrooks Family in their next adventure.

DEBS Place (Facebook)

Debbie, Aimee & Brian Estabrooks (Facebook)