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Bauer Farm Kitchen loses its home as Port buys downtown building

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Bauer Farm Kitchen loses its home as Port buys downtown building

Bauer Farm Kitchen loses its home as Port buys downtown building

When farm-to-table restaurant Bauer Farm Kitchen opened in 2017, it was a way for chef Jackson Rouse to share his German heritage with the world one bite of sauerbraten brisket at a time.

He plans to keep doing it, he said Thursday — but not at 435 Elm Street downtown.

The mostly-empty building that housed Bauer and a small group of other businesses is slated to be torn down within the next eight months, according to The Port CEO Laura Brunner.

Her organization buys and redevelops vacant property in Hamilton County.

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