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    David Gilbert came up with the Thai chicken concept from his experiences living in Asia, and Kevin Sandes created Urban Sugar Donuts, a food truck in Portland that has evolved into The Eighty 8 Cafe. They'll combine their visions at the Money Cat restaurant in Waterville this fall.

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    Friends and former classmates at John & Wales University in Providence will bring a pairing of fried chicken and doughnuts to downtown Waterville. David Gilbert of Dallas, Texas, and Kevin Sandes of Portland expect to open their restaurant in the fall.

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    Fried chicken inspired by Thai street food, topped with a gourmet doughnut straight out of the fryer. This fall, the Money Cat restaurant at 173 Main St. in downtown Waterville will be serving them up in its 40-seat space that will be open early in the morning to late at night.

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    Thai inspired fried chicken will be served at the Money Cat restaurant that will be opening in downtown Waterville this fall.

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