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How Franklin Street changed while you were away this summer


Hops Burger Bar closed in July, breaking the hearts of those who loved its Parmesan truffle oil fries. Ye Olde Waffle Shoppe on 173 E. Franklin St., reopened Aug. 9 after closing for repairs in July. The Perennial cafe is set to re-open this week after moving next door. Peño Mediterranean Grill now occupies 105 E. Franklin St., succeeding Tama Tea. (Daily Tar Heel)

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