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Flint River Cafe to open soon

November 28, 2007

Albany - A new restaurant is soon to open in an old familiar building in downtown Albany. Flint River café is just weeks away from opening up in the old Hubbles building on Washington street.

The restaurant will be open for a breakfast buffet, and will also serve lunch Monday through Friday. Owners Ty and Donna Miller left the newspaper business to open the restaurant. One they say is needed for the folks who work downtown.  Donna Miller said, "We realized there are just so few places that offer anything for the downtown folks that are working here and it was a desire of my husband and I to open a restaurant for a number of years."

Flint River café should be open before the new year. They'll also offer private parties and banquets, and say the food will be quick, affordable and, of course, taste really good.

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