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Business Roundup: A Look at Canton's Turnpike Cafe

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Business Spotlight: The Turnpike Cafe in Canton

The Turnpike Cafe, located at 958 Turnpike St. has been a staple in Canton for more than 50 years. New owners Patrick and Caroline Brodigan purchased the restaurant a year ago and plan to continue its tradition of keeping it in the family.

The Brodigan family recently launched a new menu featuring many homemade favorites like burgers and a Greek wrap. They’ve also added some new items such as nachos, pizza, spinach salad and a hummus plate.

Canton Patch sat down with Patrick Brodigan to talk about his first year running this well known restaurant.

Click here for the full Q&A: http://canton.patch.com/articles/business-spotlight-the-turnpike-cafe

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Business Spotlight: Bamboo Restaurant in Dedham  

The Bamboo Restaurant in Dedham is known for fine Asian cuisine and a large sushi bar.

When customers enter the restaurant through large glass doors, they are greeted by a tranquil waterfall covering one whole wall.

A perfect place to watch a game is at their bar or grab a seat at the Sushi bar, and watch the chefs prepare rolls and sushi.

Dedham Patch sat down with George Leung, manager of Bamboo, to find out what makes this restaurant different.

Click here for the full story.

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Penny Pincher, located at 601 Providence Highway in Walpole, has been a staple business for more than 25 years.

It supplies cabinets from national companies such as Cuisine Cabico, Aristokraft, 6 Square and Palette and not just for kitchens. Bathroom vanities, sinks, faucets, plumbing fixtures, glass doors and counter tops along with all the accessories that you'll need to make your remodel complete are also available.

Patch spoke with owner, Peter Soltz, who told us why his business has been a Walpole staple for over two decades.

Read more by clicking here.

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Norwood Business Spotlight: Luke Adams Glass

Luke Adams Glass is a destination place in Norwood.

Patrons walk right into this live artist studio with several glass makers standing in front of the roaring ovens, where they mold and make these beautiful objects of art made from glass.

Time is of the essence, as the glass has to be perfectly heated to bend and stretch.

Norwood Patch sat down with owner Luke Adams to discuss glass, classes and jewelry.

Click here for the full story.

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