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New Cafe Coming to old Moose Lodge Building

This comes from an anonymous tipster:

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The old moose building, more recently Destiny brewing Co. at 119 South Main Street has new signs of life as of about a week ago. The sign in the door window says Coming Soon, "South Main Cafe".
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If anyone has any additional information, please post it in the Comments area.

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Anonymous said…
More info - it's going to be a kid-friendly restaurant starting with lunch and breakfast only, opening date is slated to be the second week in June.

The lady I talked to (I forgot her name) is an ex-Vale Rio employee.
Dr Joel said…
That's such a great building.

Any word on if they'll be using both floors or just the upstairs?

Of all the great places in town, i haven't found anything to match the neighborhood feel of the basement hang out when Destiny was in residence.
sdarwkcabssa said…
I agree about the Destiny location - having a building on Main St. rather than Bridge definitely gives it more of a neighborhood vibe.
Anonymous said…
The Vale Rio lady's name is Helen.
They'll eventually have a BYO option for dinner and will cater parties. I think the lease is for all floors (are there 2 or 3?).

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