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Italian Restaurant coming to the corner of Bridge and Gay Streets

Not a whole lot of information on this but the word is that the former Phoenix Tavern is going to become an Italian Restaurant. Unfortunately, that's about all of the information I have at this point.

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Anonymous said…
Hi JW, which corner are you referring to? The one on Bridge street and cross the street from the kilt shop?
JW said…
Its the one on the south east corner, across Bridge St. from the Kilt shop.
Anonymous said…
I hear that was an expansion of the drapery place and would be a fabric store!
Anonymous said…
Just what we need. Another mediocre Italian restaurant.
Anonymous said…
THE RUMOR IS IT WILL BE FAR FROM MEDIOCRE
Anonymous said…
Why?
Anonymous said…
The Owners have a very popular
restaurant now and much experience
and creativity
Anonymous said…
Still...another Italian restaurant. There have to be thousands of them - and good ones, too. Can't we get some variety around here? What about a GOOD sushi place right in downtown? Or a GOOD Indian restaurant (not like the one that was around before - it was awful).

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