Hard Rock Cafe closing September 30. What will replace it?
Hard Rock Cafe's story is as quaint as it is homespun, or at least, that's what their website is shucking. Local hero and folksy humble-as-pie British megastar Eric Clapton donates his guitar to his favorite London restaurant, a quaint hangout called the Hard Rock Cafe...A week or two later, Pete Townsend, equally modest, and down-to-earth rock god and restaurant enthusiast follows suit with his ax, and so the legend is born...
Here's a list of five things that, in a perfect world, would logically go into the space, versus five that will most likely end up moving in:
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