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Apprentice cafe 'sees surge in business'
Published: Wednesday 20th of May 2009
Visitors to London are shunning its usual top attractions for a trip to a café which features in the Apprentice.
The losing team on the hit BBC show are seen each episode debating where it all went wrong in the Bridge Café, which has since seen a surge in business.
Frank Marc-angelo revealed to the Sun: "Business has never been better. We get people from all over wanting a cuppa and taking photos.
"The candidates see coming to the cafe as the booby prize - but it has done us no harm."
After having featured in three series of the Apprentice, the cafe's owners are still baffled as to why people flock to see it.
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