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Monday, June 6, 2011

Closings and changes

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CHANGES COMING:  The new FarEast Asian Cuisine & Bar is beign painted yellow inside
  • Kat Robinson
  • CHANGES COMING: The new FarEast Asian Cuisine & Bar is beign painted yellow inside
Hunan out at the Pleasant Ridge Shopping Center has closed — but the space won't be vacant long. FarEast Asian Cuisine and Bar will open in the new space shortly. Phone number is (501) 224-EAST.

After years of somehow managing to stay open in Park Plaza Mall, Forbidden City has finally closed its doors.

Noticed today that the Green Grass Rock & Roll Grocery on President Clinton Avenue in the River Market is also done.

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