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Chez Sophie on the Esplanade Riel bridge is closing down JOHN WOODS / THE CANADIAN PRESS ARCHIVES Stephane Wild is pictured in the Chez Sophie Bistro in St. Boniface. He and his wife Sophie also ran a restaurant on the Esplanade Riel which they’re discount michael kors store shutting down. "After considerable reflection and consultation with our advisors, it is with great regret that we cheap Michael Kors need to announce the closure of chez sophie on the bridge as of that day. "We have dedicated (our) vibram five fingers sale bodies and souls in this restaurant for several months trying to find solutions to our precarious situation, even up to put our health and our personal finance at risk." The note went on to state that during its two years of operation it became evident that the seasonal income from the restaurant location on the bridge was not enough "to satisfy the extraordinary expenditure relating to a restaurant on that bridge." The Wilds opened discount michael kors the restaurant in June 2013 after the first restaurant operator, Salisbury House, opted not to renew its lease after seven years in operation. A subsequent search for tenants attracted only three bids and city officials recommended the Wilds, who operate a popular second location, Chez Sophie Bistro. The Wilds were given free rent for the first year of a five year lease, in exchange for extensive renovations totaling $150,000 to $200,000. The couple were paying $2,000 monthly after the first year.
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