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Restaurant Review: Phenix Bistro

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Restaurant Review: Phenix Bistro

Gay Street is a reliably bustling thoroughfare Downtown. During lunch hour, the parking spots are usually filled from High Street to Cleveland Avenue; the sidewalks are dense with pedestrians, going-to or coming-from one of its many eateries.  So the short-lived nature of Criollo, a build-a-bowl project from the owners of Si Señor, was a bit of […]

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Phenix Bistro Opens on Gay Street

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Phenix Bistro Opens on Gay Street

Phenix Bistro has opened at 51 E. Gay St. An offshoot of the nearby Cafe Phenix, the bistro opens daily for breakfast, lunch and early dinner. Guests will need a minute to peruse the ambitious menu Phenix Bistro is putting out. Specialty sandwiches, like a Cuban, Philly cheese steak, and smoked baked salmon make an […]

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Downtown Business Launching Offshoot in Former Criollo Space

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Downtown Business Launching Offshoot in Former Criollo Space

After Criollo closed on East Gay Street, Cafe Phenix co-owner Gary McConnell saw a “golden opportunity.” Located just a few doors down, at 51 E. Gay St., it’ll be the home of Cafe Phenix’s offshoot, Phenix Bistro. Phenix Bistro will be a full-service diner serving breakfast and lunch. Expect American- and English-style entrees ranging from […]

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