City Cafe Adds Menu Items Plans To Open Second Location

Dated: February 2 2017

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A few weeks ago, we brought you the news that the City Café was changing ownership after 27 years with Jerry Cunningham at the helm. It had been bought by Frank Reeves, Mark Price, Rob Day and Jason Burns. This week, we checked back in with the café and its new owners, to see what had changed and what hadn’t at the local institution. A little after 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, three of the City Café’s four new owners were in the restaurant alongside the customers shuffling in for an early dinner. Click here for the entire story.Image title.

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