Granny’s Burritos, a fixture in Portland since 1995, will close either at the end of the day Sunday or Monday, depending on how long the food lasts, according to a manager who declined to give her name.

Granny’s, owned by Christopher Godin, moved around the Old Port and downtown several times before settling into the Public Market House in Monument Square in 2011. Godin could not be reached for comment because, the manager said, he was “feeling under the weather.”

The closure is the latest in a number of recent changes at the Public Market House. K. Horton’s Specialty Foods closed this month after anchoring the market’s first floor for more than a decade. Market House Coffee also closed recently.

At the same time, the Vietnamese restaurant Pho Co.; Sticky Sweet, which serves traditional Asian rice desserts; and Ameera Bread, which serves Middle Eastern food, are recent additions to the market.

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