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Cebolla's opens third incarnation

A new Mexican restaurant has opened on the northeast side of town.

Mexico Antiguo Restaurante (2787 Maplecrest Road) opened Saturday afternoon in the former Blu City Tavern, which was the longtime home of the Blu Tomato.

The restaurant marks the third incarnation of Cebolla's Mexican Grill, which also runs Don Chava's Mexican Grill on Wells Street. The menu is the same, manager Jose Luna says, but the décor is more antique. It harkens to the Mexican Revolution, he says.

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