And here's the first sign of, uh, the signage for Luna Cafe Lounge. (Thanks to Steven for the photo yesterday afternoon.)
Not sure what all this will be about (a cafe by day and lounge by night? A cafe and lounge by day and night?).
Nothing has had much staying power here since the Dunkin' Donuts closed in early 2010 ... we've had Meyhane, Medina's Turkish Kitchen, Entrez Bar & Grill, Farfasha, Dinah and Pomodora.
Not a Luna Lounge revival, for sure...
I'm pretty sure that the last few businesses in this space are by the same owner - the same company that owns the building.
I still miss that DD because they had stools along the window so you could sit and have a great view of the street and church. Then they added laptop stations to the counter and that meant never getting a seat there again. And then they were gone and it's been a blur of businesses ever since.
I also miss Dunkin!
And if the owner of all these failed restaurants is the owner of the building, s/he might wise up to the fact that s/he doesn't know how to run any kind of restaurant!
The suoer of the building actually.
Back in the 1970s, and probably for decades before that, it had been a paint store, and then a section of the space became a really good slice pizzeria, with an incredibly hardworking owner, before it got taken over by Dunkin Donuts.
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