Starving Artist on the move? | Rock Candy

Monday, July 2, 2007

Starving Artist on the move?

Posted By on Mon, Jul 2, 2007 at 1:06 PM

The Starving Artist Cafe on Seventh Street, an artistic success in every way, apparently is contemplating a move. We were forwarded this e-mail:

The word is out-- and it's true! We are negotiating opening a Starving Artist Cafe' on Main Street in the Argenta Arts District, NLR.

We are very excited about joining the exciting redevelopment of Argenta. Our target date to open is March 2008.We are still working out the details of whether we will be relocating or opening a second location. We would love your input!

What do you think about our move? Will you readily drive across the bridge to our new location? We are on the trolley line (a trolley stop is right at our front door) and we also have a parking lot directly across the street.

For Dinner: Would you more likely drive and park in Argenta (or ride the trolley) than our current location?

We so appreciate input from our valuable customers, and everyone who sends us comments will be entered into our drawing for a free Starving Artist Cafe' T-Shirt.




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