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Dec. 12, 2018 #53-346 PB1
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Deirdre Conroy

Elizabeth Nida Obert
European café to anchor renovation of historic Rochester building

By Jeff Kiger
jkiger@postbulletin.com


An Irish chef is working on a new European bistro as the anchor for the renovation and expansion of a historic downtown Rochester building.

Deirdre Conroy, known for her food cart at the Rochester Farmers Market for the past two years, plans to open Le Petit Café in the historic Avalon building at 301 N. Broadway.

Angela Martin recently started construction to expand and renovate the 100-year-old, three-story brick structure to create offices on the second floor, two apartments on the third and fill the first floor with Conroy’s ...

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