For a long time, it was Augie’s Entrance Burner.
Now, a new namesake eatery is about to fill the vacant area at 109 S. Fifth St. in downtown Springfield.
Flora Alonzo-Gomez is guiding the new Mary Flora’s planned for the tackle.
“Now we’re just cleansing almost everything,” Alonzo-Gomez reported of the restaurant christened immediately after a mix of her and her daughter’s offered names, ”getting all set for the health inspection.”
Alonzo-Gomez reported the new establishment will serve breakfast, lunch and dinner with a concentration on common American dishes.
A projected opening date has not been established.
This will be Alonzo-Gomez’s 1st cafe, although she has worked formerly in the area dining scene, together with most not too long ago at Wing Quit.
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August Mrozowski — whose namesake restaurant was a staple of the downtown Springfield eating scene for two many years — verified the handle has been leased. The freshly signed lease arrives one year after Mrozowski and his wife, Sharon, announced designs to retire.
The new cafe is just the most current indicator of new daily life being breathed back into the downtown eating scene that sustained many major losses in 2020.
The Feed Store reopened in May below new administration in its longtime home at 516 E. Adams St. and a making permit has been submitted with the city for a proposed Starbucks in the Wyndham Metropolis Centre, 700 E. Adams St.
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