The Lunch Box will give downtown workers another breakfast and lunch option when it opens in Olympic Towers.
Once renovations to its cafe space are complete, it should open in early 2018, according to real estate company CBRE Buffalo.
“We’re excited to start providing breakfast and lunch in such a beautiful, historic building,” The Lunch Box owner Amy McCarthy said in a press release. “The building staff have been a pleasure to work with as we take our plan from paper to reality."
The café in the 173,000-square-foot Olympic Towers will become The Lunch Box's fourth location in addition to its operations at Tri-Main Center, Lafayette Court Building, and Five Hundred Seneca.
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