John Quimod, co-owner of the Peace Arch City Cafe, wipes down the bar at the new location of the cafe, the former Pastime Bar and Eatery on Peace Portal Drive in Blaine, Tuesday, Oct. 24. The cafe now serves breakfast, lunch and dinner.
John Quimod, co-owner of the Peace Arch City Cafe, wipes down the bar at the new location of the cafe, the former Pastime Bar and Eatery on Peace Portal Drive in Blaine, Tuesday, Oct. 24. The cafe now serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Philip A. Dwyer pdwyer@bhamherald.com
John Quimod, co-owner of the Peace Arch City Cafe, wipes down the bar at the new location of the cafe, the former Pastime Bar and Eatery on Peace Portal Drive in Blaine, Tuesday, Oct. 24. The cafe now serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Philip A. Dwyer pdwyer@bhamherald.com

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