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More New Businesses Opening in Downtown Cambridge

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CAMBRIDGE, Md.- Fall is here and the leaves are starting to die, but one thing that has found new life is downtown Cambridge.

Patrick Fanning opened the High Spot restaurant just over a year ago.

"Since we opened the High Spot up we have had nothing but success," said Fanning.

Now he is opening a new barbeque joint on Race Street. Fanning said he believes in downtown Cambridge.

"It's all about downtown Cambridge, we believe in the downtown, the state believes in the downtown, we think the people believe in the downtown area of Cambridge," said Fanning.

And taking up another empty store front just next door to Nose 2 Tail is Elliot's Bakery.

Owner of Crabi Gras Keith Graffius said he is elated to see new businesses down toward his part of town.

"We are a little lonely down here at this end of the block, it's exciting to have restaurants come in, a bakery and to have nose two tail which is primarily a BBQ joint and a butcher shop it's just going to bring a lot of people down here from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. so we are pretty excited about it," said Graffius.

Business owners here aren't worried about competition. They say the more the merrier. Elliot's Bakery will be open for business by the end of the year and Nose 2 Tail will open in early 2013.

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