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Capitol Cafe Moving to the 18th Floor

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Capitol Workers are moving to a different floor for lunchtime.

The Capitol Cafe is getting an UP grade.
The cafeteria hasn't been remodeled since it was built in 1981.
This one cafe serves up to 600 people a day.
John Boyle with Facilities Management says the remodel includes increasing seating by 10%, making the serving area more efficient and adding debt and credit cards machines.
While construction is underway, the cafeteria will be moving to the 18th floor of the capitol.

(John Boyle / Facilities Management) "It's a good environment. People can go up there and sit and eat look out the windows, see the views of Bismarck. We think that is a pretty good location for it."

The Capitol Cafe will close on February 14th.
And reopen on the 18th on the 18th floor.
The 1.1 million dollar Expansion on ground level is expected to be complete in August.

 

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