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Tuesday, November 29, 2022

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Major Munch (101 N.W. First St.) has opened in the former Chick-fil-A spot in Downtown Evansville. The hamburger joint formerly was a part of the Café Court in Eastland Mall. … Wired Coffee House has reopened at 111 N.W. Fourth St. The Downtown location offers snacks such as muffins and rice crispy treats as well as espressos and, of course, coffee. … Def Café (417 N. Weinbach Ave.) has opened with a menu of sandwiches and wraps. Sharing a space with Connections Deaf Center, the restaurant also provides on-the-job training for deaf people.

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Mark Schelhorn, former owner of Marconi’s, has moved his restaurant next door to his former location. Samuel’s Place (518 Main St.), with a menu featuring hand-tossed pizzas, pasta dishes, and calzones, is the newest New Harmony, Ind., restaurant.

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