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Lulu, 2265 S. Howell Ave., is remodeling the cafe side of the space, which also includes an adjoined bar and restaurant. Co-owner Sarah Jonas says the cafe – which opened in 2001 – closed yesterday but will reopen in about four weeks.
"Should be a nice, new, fun space for holiday parties," says Jonas. "We're putting in a little bar and more tables to give it more of a lounge feel."
The restaurant and bar side is open and will not undergo changes at this time.
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