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Restaurants in Durham closed indefinitely

romansperson | Apr 13, 201908:41 AM     2

Due to the gas explosion that happened a few days ago, St. James Seafood and Torero's in downtown Durham will be closed indefinitely. The building that housed Kaffeinate, the coffee shop whose owner was killed, is gone. Multiple GoFundMe accounts have been opened to help the owner's family. It looks there are also some fundraisers going on to help all the workers who are sidelined due to closures.

Durham Rallies Together After Explosion Shuts Down Restaurants, Businesses

After the Durham explosion at Kaffeinate coffee shop near Brightleaf Square, restaurants such as Saint James Seafood and Torero’s Mexican restaurant...

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