The Other Futon Drops
The east side Mattress and Futon is also closing
by Sally Mitani
From the August, 2014 issue
Teresa Chajec is closing her Polish deli, Copernicus, at the end of July. She has already moved back to Poland to be with her aging mother, and at press time was back in Ann Arbor to close out the store. "My mother needs me more than I need the store," Chajec says.
"Too bad for her and us," emails Observer restaurant critic Lee Lawrence--she'll miss Chajec's "mushroom pierogies and strange sliced meats."
Last month we reported that the Mattress & Futon Shoppe next to Arbor Farms was closing and didn't notice that the one on the east side of town was also going out. "I don't know when. I'm just in sales, and I've got a room full of people," said the man who answered our call and was clearly anxious to get off the phone.
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[Originally published in August, 2014.]
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