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Missing something? Long-standing local restaurant has changed names AND location

A locally owned, independent breakfast-and-lunch restaurant closed its former location and moved somewhere new in Xenia.

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Wednesday, March 14 was be the final day at the current location of Linda’s Restaurant, 51 E. Main St. in downtown Xenia.

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The restaurant re-opened the following Monday, March 19, at 131 Cincinnati Ave., under the new name of 5 Points Cafe. The space previously housed a handful of other restaurants, including Soular Flare Bistro and Uncle Sunny’s Homestyle Cajun Fish & Chicken. 

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Brian Linnean, co-owner of Linda’s Restaurant since 2016, told this news outlet that the East Main Street space needed renovations that were too costly to undertake in the aging building. 

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Workers have renovated the Cincinnati Street building, which was originally built as a convenience store, “to something more fitting to our home-cooked, more family-oriented dining. We have worked extremely hard over the past two months to create the new location.”

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5 Points Cafe will have the same menu style, the same staff and the same hours as Linda’s Restaurant: 5 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, and Saturday 5 a.m. to noon. But unlike Linda’s, it accepts credit cards.

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Linnean said he expects to add four or five more employees to the existing staff of six over the coming months.

For more information about 5 Points Cafe, call (937) 376-5711.

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