Earlier this summer, we were shocked to hear that a tragic fire caused the temporary closure of the downtown Madison favorite: Main Street Cafe.
Now, after just seven weeks, Main Street Cafe is reopening its doors to the public. Read on to hear from the restaurant owner, Tammy Hall, about what this means for the Madison community.
A much-missed lunch + dinner spot
If you visit Main Street Cafe during an average weekday lunch, you can hardly find an empty table. Serving up meats and threes and other Southern specialities, this quaint cafe is a Madison favorite.
They also have a solid dinner menu and affordable date night specials. But restaurant-goers aren’t the only ones who have missed Main Street Cafe—the other downtown businesses also mourned its temporary closing.
Bringing business to downtown
When Main Street first shut its doors after the fire, restaurant owner Tammy Hall encouraged the locals to support the other downtown businesses. Hall recognized that Main Street Cafe drives foot traffic to the local shops, and she wanted to ensure they continued to thrive.
Now, Hall is thrilled to reopen Main Street Cafe and continue to bring business to downtown Madison.
“We are so grateful for the outpouring of support we’ve received from the community, our city and the downtown businesses. We are excited to fill all the parking spots on Main Street again.”Tammy Hall, Owner, Main Street Cafe
- Where: 101 Main St, Madison, AL 35758
- When: Monday-Tuesday 11AM-2PM | Wednesday-Thursday 11AM-2PM, 5-8PM | Friday-Saturday 11AM-2PM, 5-9PM
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