Ribbon cutting by Geneva BID welcomes City Café to Downtown

Only two weeks into the month of April, the Geneva BID hosted its second ribbon cutting of the year. Friday, April 1st, marked the ribbon cutting and grand opening of Finger Lakes Sausage and Beer on Linden Street. A week later, the ribbon cutting of City Café located at 225 Exchange Street.Owned and operated by Sue Cohen, City Café serves everything from breakfast sandwiches and waffles to paninis and wraps. The space is tastefully decorated and has a comforting feel as guests are greeted by Cohen as they walk in the door. Cohen has turned a small space into a welcoming atmosphere by utilizing café tables and counter top space for seating, as well. “The addition of City Café says great things about the revitalization of Downtown Geneva and the area as a whole,” commented Amanda Airth of the Geneva BID. “Geographically we have a key spot here in the Finger Lakes and quality eateries and businesses like City Café are what truly put Geneva on the map.” When in the area make sure to stop into Downtown Geneva’s newest addition and let Cohen and her staff serve up a hot cup of coffee or their famous Banana Foster French Toast. Hours of operation are 7:00 AM to 2:30 PM daily, and to-go orders are always welcome.(photo)Sue Cohen and staff accompanied by Amanda Airth and John Hicks of the Geneva BID.The office for the Geneva Business Improvement District is located within the historic One Franklin Square building in downtown Geneva. Ribbon Cuttings are one of the key promotional efforts offered by the Geneva BID to provide exposure and awareness for new businesses in the Downtown District.

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