A Galloway Township restaurant, around since the 1970's, appears to be closing it's doors after tonight's dinner service.

A Facebook post from a Ram's Head Inn employee points to tonight (Wednesday) being the restaurant's last night in business.

The closing was confirmed by an unnamed female who answered the restaurant's phone this evening.

According to the Ram's Head website, the building was originally built in the 1930's: "Acquired by Harry Knowles in 1978, Ram’s Head Inn was formerly known as the Dutch Barn which served Pennsylvania Dutch food served family style."

No word of the closing is on the restaurant's website or Facebook page.

UPDATE: The Press of Atlantic City has published an interview with one of the co-owners, who says there was a major sprinkler issue in the building, and estimates to fix the problem are in the "multiple hundreds of thousands of dollars." There is hope that the restaurant will re-open sometime in the future.