After thirty-one years of business, serving an estimated two million customers, the J&S Cafeteria in Enka has closed. The restaurant, with its classic cafeteria line serving healthy, home-style choices replete with vegetables, was long a favorite for seniors on fixed incomes. When it opened, the average cost for a square meal was around $3.00. Through the years, the restaurant aligned itself more with trends. It started serving filtered water and ceased serving animal byproducts several years ago. President and CEO Fagg Nowlan says the decision to close took two years to make. He is now looking for a place to open a smaller restaurant that will seat only 150-200, compared to the old restaurant’s capacity for 400. The new store, and the five others in the chain, will cater more toward Millennials. The Enka restaurant has seen a steady decline in visits by patrons over 45 years. Nowlan says the Food Network has turned everybody into foodies, with fast-casual restaurants serving world flavors now in demand. There are no plans to close any of the other stores, but rather to open more locations that are more streamlined with a focus on salad bars and more variety. J&S opened another location in Greensboro as recently as last November.