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Wausau's Downtown Grocery opens food barSubmitted: 02/24/2016
Wausau's Downtown Grocery opens food bar
Story By Newswatch 12 News Team

WAUSAU - A grocery store that needed to relocate after a fire in Wausau last year has now opened its food bar. Downtown Grocery opened in the Wausau Center Mall last month.

Their former location was badly damaged by a fire in September. The store opened its food bar on Tuesday, and it also plans to open a wine, beer, and spirits department soon.

The food bar offers healthy, prepared foods for "dine-in, carry-out."



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