A new sign appeared the 5 E. Main St. business which has housed a plethora of restaurants over the years, including Pressed Cafe, Mia Famiglia’s, Uptown Cafe and most recently Bohemian Wrapsody, which closed nearly three months ago.
The grey and red sign above the door and windows say the new eatery will be called the Main Street Cafe.
Bohemian Wrapsody’s typed paper explaining the reasons for its closing have been removed, replaced by a reversable “Open/Close” sign.
Building owner Stan Obrenovich confirmed a restaurant would be opening in the downtown location, but said he was then not at liberty to discuss the details.
Bohemian Wrapsody closed Oct. 9 after it “experienced hot water system complications” for about a week according to the owners Ben and Kimberly Boss, who posted the announcement on the business Facebook page. The page has since been deleted.
“The building owner was contacted to relay the fact that the system needs to be replaced immediately,” the post said. “The building owner stated that he will not replace the hot water system. Unfortunately, Bohemian Wrapsody cannot morally or legally operate without hot water. To this end, it is regretfully announced that Bohemian Wrapsody is closed indefinitely.”