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Doors Closed on Sonnets Sandwhich Shops

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The doors have closed on two locally owned sandwhich shops.

Sonnet's Sandwhich Shops at Pinehurst Square and at the Clark Station by Cedric Theel closed Friday at 4pm.

Owner Jon Lee says it was a tough decision, but wants to make sure customers know Bread Poets downtown is staying in business.

The first Sonnet's opened in 2010--offering fresh sandwhiches on Bread Poet's bread.

The second location opening in October of 2011.

" We had a quote in Sonnets by T.S. Eliot that said ,"If' you've never been in over your head, who do you know how tall you are?" And we know how tall we are. So it's tested our metal our character and you know a lot of times in adversity there are blessings that come out of it, so were trying to take that approach. What did we learn and what can we do to move everything forward at the bakery," says Bread Poets Owner Jon Lee.

Lee says the focus will now be on the 1200 square foot expansion project onto Bread Poet's. They'll add two more ovens during the process.

He hopes the expansion is finished by March.

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