According to the Lansing State Journal, the Waterfront Bar & Grill will remain open for business at the Lansing City Market, at least for now.

Court filings bought the Waterfront Bar more time at the market, although the business lost recent rounds in its legal battle to stay at the city owned property.

The Waterfront Bar is the only business still operating at the market building after City Council slashed Lansing's subsidy to the venue.

Council members said the struggling City Market, which lost its federal farmers' market designation in 2016, had strayed from its purpose as an affordable source of locally grown food.

Lansing Mayor Andy Schor eventually hopes to attract a new tenant to the property along the eastern bank of the Grand River.

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