GOLDEN GATE, Fla.,- Only WINK News got a hold of the State Fire Marshal's final report on the fire at Nana's Diner. The popular Golden Gate restaurant burned down in August. Authorities say the fire was deliberately set, but according to the report investigators do not have enough evidence to charge anyone. The report says the fire started in the dining area of the restaurant. The loss is estimated at over $390,000. Along with the diner, a first floor store and a second story apartment were a total loss. The case is now closed. The diner has since re-opened.