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Lancaster-based cafe to open second location in downtown York

Rebecca Klar
York Dispatch
A sketch of Prince Street Cafe which plans to open up a second location in Continental Square (Photo courtesy of Royal Square Development & Construction).

A Lancaster-based cafe has plans to open a new location in downtown York. 

Prince Street Cafe signed a 10-year lease to open its second shop on the first floor of the Rupp Building, 2 W. Market St., Royal Square Development & Construction announced Thursday, March 14. 

2 West Market Street in York City, Saturday, March 16, 2019. Dawn J. Sagert photo

With Prince Street Cafe and anticipated negotiations with The Grotto, an office-leasing company, there is only one remaining space available in Royal Square's latest redevelopment project. 

The cafe will be open daily, offering all-day breakfast, drip coffee, smoothies, loose-leaf teas and more than a dozen lunch and dinner options. The York location also will provide catering and meeting rental space, according to the release. 

Prince Street Cafe caters to a variety of dietary needs, including gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan options, based on its Lancaster menu. 

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The second floor of the Continental Square building will likely be home to The Grotto offices, according to the release. Negotiations with The Grotto are underway. The Grotto offers single offices and desks for daily drop-ins. 

Seen through a first floor window, 2 West Market Street in York City, Saturday, March 16, 2019. Dawn J. Sagert photo

The fifth floor of the building, on the market with TRUE Commercial Real Estate, has one remaining space — a 3,175-square-foot office suite listed with "penthouse views." 

The third and fourth floors are occupied by Dale E. Anstine law offices.