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Posted: Saturday, 05 April 2014 12:10PM

Black Patch Grille To Open In Princeton



Downtown Princeton will be welcoming a new restaurant thanks in part to a local grant. Stacey Menser with the Princeton Times Leader says they're excited about the opening of the Black Patch Grille in the former creamery location.


   
Menser says the Lake Barkley Partnership for Economic Development has really helped grow their downtown.


   
Owners Chris and Lori Jones say their mission is to bring a unique menu to the downtown area at a fair price. The restaurant will serve lunch and dinner and a Sunday Brunch with some locally themed menu items like the Night Rider Burger.

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