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Less fine dining near campus

 

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Red Hawk, more casual and less expensive, is still doing fine. "In fact," Schubach says, "we picked up business after closing Zanzibar." And now he and Hewitt have a new campus project. They have leased two noncontiguous spaces on the ground floor of Zaragon Place, the new student apartment high-rise on East U. They plan to put a coffee and sandwich shop in the larger space. "The little postage stamp of a space" on the southern end will sell beer, wine, essential groceries, and perhaps prepackaged meals.    (end of article)

[Originally published in September, 2009.]

 

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