Baylis Street burger joint The Borough is readying to close its doors for good this weekend, after announcing its closure earlier this year.
Part-owner of the venture, Aidan Adams said the decision had been made to "wind down" the business ever since he and his brother Keegan, opened Melba's Bakehouse and Eatery eight months ago.
"We just found we were spreading ourselves a bit thing running two businesses on the same block," Mr Adams said.
Especially with full-time jobs outside the restaurants, the situation proved untenable in the long-term.
"It was just an issue of having the time and splitting our energy between the two places," Mr Adams said.
The brothers began letting their customers know of the imminent closure at the beginning of the year, heralding February 1 as their final day of trading.
An indication of the intention to dial back the business, last year the restaurant stopped serving breakfast option. In the last month, it has also ceased serving lunch.
But the finality of the date has really started to hammer home, as the weekend approaches.
"It's one of those situations, over the last three weeks we've wondered, are we doing the right thing," Mr Adams said.
"It's that nostalgic feeling, you want to keep it going but it's just not realistic."
Despite its closure, the Adams brothers say they have felt enormously privileged to have been able to make a go of their unique business idea and offer their range of unique burgers to Wagga's hungry masses.
"It's a tough gig in Wagga running any business," Mr Adams said.
"We see a lot open and a lot are closing, but I think it's an Australia wide problem. Places are really struggling."
Still convinced there is a definite market for their range of burgers, the brothers will be looking to consolidate The Borough's menu into what's offered at Melba's.
"It won't be the entire menu, but you'll still be able to get some of the favourites," Mr Adams said.
"This weekend we'll map out our menu, it's still not set in stone but there will be some carry-over."
The Borough's four current employees will also be brought into the fold at the newer venture in the coming weeks, with the brothers vowing there will be no job losses in the foreseeable future.
Having operated for years, Mr Adams confirmed that Saturday's final trading day would become a celebration for the restaurant's loyal customers.
"We're planning some food specials and drink specials [to celebrate] what's been a great six years," he said.