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November 20, 2007

Albany - - It's official. Harvest Moon restaurant in downtown Albany is moving west.

Owner Bo Henry confirmed the speculation Tuesday.

The restaurant is leaving downtown Albany after six years.

Earlier, it cut back hours. Henry says it's just time to go.  

"Its just a simple business decision really. The evening traffic down here is tough right now and were just getting where there will be a little more traffic," he said.

Harvest Moon will move into the old Finchers Barbecue building on Dawson Road in January.

The downtown locations last night in business will be New Year's Eve, but Henry says he will still promote downtown and hopes to see it grow.

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