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"We believe there's blue sky there": The new corporate owners of San Churro Rundle Street are hoping the café survives the construction of the Monument apartment tower in 2019. Photo: Tony Lewis / InDaily
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Rundle St San Churro re-opens, betting on “light at the end of the tunnel”

Rundle Street dessert café San Churro has re-opened, eschewing the exodus of chocolate shops from the East End in 2018 – but its new owners say a 20-storey apartment tower, to be constructed next-door in the New Year, poses an existential threat.