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Cafe on the Square was a beacon on the Square
Writer calls it 'A Class Act.' Sounds hope that the closing will only be for a short time
By Doug Peterson
It is so very sad about the Cafe.
It was not only a beacon on the Square, it was a class act within the community. Their hospitality was wonderful and the menu and food preparation was most excellent.
The Cafe On The Square was not only a gathering place for the students at Lindsey Wilson and a regular lunch spot for the workers in the area, but it was also a place that visitors to our community (including those from out of state) would come to. It represents the best of Kentucky hospitality and quality dining in a relaxed atmosphere that made everyone feel at home.
With the closing (hopefully only for a short time), we have not only lost some dear friends, we have lost a member of our family.
-Doug Peterson Comments re article 57564 Cafe on the Square owners announce it is closing
This story was posted on 2013-02-11 08:38:55
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