Contest alert, round two: Win seats to the soft opening of Olav Peterson's new restaurant

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On Monday, we asked Cafe Society readers to guess the name of Olav Peterson's new restaurant, which is called Bittersweet. Reader Evan didn't waste much time coming up with the correct answer, and his prize is two seats to the Bittersweet soft opening dinner in December.

Evan will be joined by one other Cafe Society reader (and guest) who can answer the following question:

Where, pray tell, is the location of Peterson's new place?

The answer is in the above photograph, an antiquated black-and-white image showing the site of Peterson's future restaurant.

And we're looking for a two-part answer: Tell us a) the original name of that building, and b) what it was called right before Peterson bought it three months ago.

Leave your answers in the comment section below, and make sure you leave at least your first name and a valid e-mail address (we won't share it with anyone), so we can contact you if you're the winner, which we'll announce tomorrow at 5 p.m.

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