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The Bridge Cafe

By Lora Arduser · November 14th, 2007 · Sidedish
Jennifer Kagy, co-owner of One Restaurant & Lounge (along with her husband Sean), recently joined The Bridge Cafe in Milford as executive chef. The Bridge Cafe serves fair-trade coffee and breakfast and lunch including homemade soups, sandwiches, panini, salads and fresh baked pastries.


The northern suburbs are seeing some new eatery action as well. The Silver Fork, a German restaurant, has opened in Symmes Township. The historic Port Union Café on Princeton-Glendale Road is getting a makeover as Trinity Irish Pub; they plan to be open by St. Patrick's Day of 2008. Raja Indian Restaurant, Thai Taste and Greek Isles have opened in West Chester.

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