ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Nob Hill's Route 66 Summerfest was a smash hit again Saturday night, but one restaurant was nearly fenced off from the fun.
The idea of Summerfest is to bring thousands of people to Nob Hill and local business.
But owner of Cosmo Tapas, Ceclia Kido, says initial plans showed a beer tent was set to be in front of her restaurant on Sierra and Central, so it would have fenced her out of the fun and profit.
Last weekend organizers said it would be fixed.
"The president of Nob Hill called me and he said 'I want to let you know we are moving the tent'. I said thank you he said your welcome and he hung up," Kido said.
In addition to the food and fun, about a dozen live local bands played at Saturday night's festival.
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