Curtains closed at Caitie Girl’s

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Last weekend during our trip downtown for the Old State Capitol Farmers Market and International Route 66 Mother Road Festival I stopped by Caitie Girl’s.

Unfortunately the curtains above are going to stay closed. Reports state that Caitie Girl’s won’t be re-opening. It’s frustrating to see someones hard work and dream come to a complete close suddenly. With a lot of effort and minimal budget a worn out part of an old building was brought back to life.

It will be interesting to see what this closed restaurant gets turned into in the future. Hopefully it won’t sit empty only to decay like so many other downtown Springfield locations.

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  • Drove past this location last weekend. All the curtains are down. Most of the window artwork is gone. All the tables and chairs inside are no longer there. Sad to see someones hard work disappear. Granted this type of thing happens daily everywhere. Most of us just don’t take the time to notice.

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