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‘Second-chance’ restaurant opens with eclipse cinnamon rolls

The menu at DV8 Kitchen features items such as this bacon, egg and cheese sandwich with homemade brioche buns.
The menu at DV8 Kitchen features items such as this bacon, egg and cheese sandwich with homemade brioche buns. File photo

DV8 Kitchen, the new restaurant from Rob and Diane Perez, owners of Saul Good, opened quietly on Monday, serving eclipse cinnamon rolls.

The restaurant specializes in giving opportunities to people who need second chances after overcoming drug or alcohol abuse.

The restaurant at 867 South Broadway will be open from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. and from 4 to 7 p.m. for a soft opening. Check DV8’s Facebook page to find out about specials as it ramps up to its grand opening.

The mostly breakfast concept restaurant serves sandwiches, often topped with fried eggs; pastries made in-house; salads; and specialty cinnamon rolls.

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