Monroe institution Hitching Post Cafe closing Feb. 23
With a portion of the mural by Monroe artist David Hose above them, Hitching Post owner Marie Maass (left) talks to John, who has been a regular breakfast customer at the restaurant the past nine years.
The cafe has stood at 107 W. Main St. for at least four decades.
Maass told the Tribune that her landlord is raising her rent to $1,750 a month and she couldn't negotiate it down. She was paying $1,200 a month before and the cafe ran on a break-even budget.
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