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Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Imagine a restaurant closing

Posted By on Tue, Mar 25, 2008 at 12:23 PM

Saturday is the last day of business for Imagine a Restaurant. Chef/owner Adam Rosenblum tells us, “a lot of aspects played into” his decision to close and that it’s hard to identify “which one was the last straw.” Rosenblum says that he and his chef de cuisine, John Baker, are forming G3, a catering company that stands for Gourmand Guru Group. Rosenblum says that, in addition to catering, he and Baker plan to offer cooking classes in homes and, possibly, the River Market. The company’s website is www.g3food.com and the phone number is 353-8378.

I'm ashamed to say that I never ate there, but there are a lot of folks 'round our office who swore by it.

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