Fallen Leaf didn't fall far from the tree: Restaurateur back in business downtown

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With the workday pretty much over, the Fallen Leaf crew take a break at a window seat Saturday afternoon. From left, Kate, Kris Enis and Ethan Gray. (Rochester Voice photo)

ROCHESTER - The owner of the former Fresh Vibes, who left the North Main Street restaurant to open one in Lebanon, Maine, this summer is back in the downtown directly across the street from her former eatery, making once again delicious homemade baked goods, wraps, melts and salads at her Fallen Leaf Bistro at 44 North Main St.

With a fresh coat of yellow paint on her storefront, Kris Enis is looking to make a fresh start, giving downtowners another place to grab a morning cup of coffee with a homemade muffin, or enjoy a light lunch or early dinner.

Enis said on Saturday that things have been going very well since she opened on Dec. 4.

Rochester's newest eatery has vegan and gluten-free options, including delicious gluten-free cupcakes and features specialty coffee drinks like an oat-milk latte.

The Fallen Leaf's hours are 6 a.m.-6 p.m.

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