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Cake Face finds spot for new eatery

  • Dining with Denise Neil
  • Published Friday, Feb. 22, 2013, at 11:05 a.m.
  • Updated Wednesday, June 25, 2014, at 6:39 p.m.

The Cake Face logo Cake Face food truck owners Summer Schoenhals and her husband, Dave, called to let me know that they signed a lease on a building that will house their new, not-mobile restaurant –  Cake Face Bake Shop & Deli.

The spot is at 1100 E. Douglas, which is at the corner of Douglas and Wabash. The space previously held part of Kitchens Plus.

The duo hope to be open by May 1. They’re waiting on the previous tenants to remove their displays, then they’ll add a kitchen and do a little remodeling. The front half of the 1,478 square-foot-space will hold the restaurant, and Schoenhals will house her bakery business in the back half.

The restaurant will serve breakfast and lunch, including some of the more sought-after dishes from the food truck, which the couple hope to put in the hands of their oldest daughter once she graduates.

Among the items they’re planning: grits, "Wafflewiches" and several sandwiches and lunch specials, such as chicken and dumplings.

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