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In Mich., An Acclaimed Local Restaurant Closes

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In Mich., An Acclaimed Local Restaurant Closes

In Mich., An Acclaimed Local Restaurant Closes

In Mich., An Acclaimed Local Restaurant Closes

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Amy Cook (left) and Matthew Millar co-founded the Journeyman Café in Fennville, Mich. Noah Adams/NPR hide caption

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Amy Cook (left) and Matthew Millar co-founded the Journeyman Café in Fennville, Mich.

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In Fennville, Mich., the Journeyman Cafe earned top reviews as a local restaurant serving sustainable, organic food.

But in November, state tax authorities closed the Journeyman. Its founders and chefs say there was not enough money left over to pay taxes.

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