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After the Flood

Businesses reopen at South U and Forest

From the July, 2014 issue

The entire southwest corner of South U and Forest shut down in mid-December when a pipe burst in a second-floor office. In mid-April, the Blue Leprechaun and its related underground bar, the Study Hall Lounge, opened again. Manager Mike Gradillas said "everything has been completely redone"--in fact, not only redone, but basically duplicated. And no one lost their jobs: "insurance covered the essential employees," and the "non-essential" waiters were shuffled over to the Brown Jug, also owned by Perry Porikos.

 
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