Coffee, Roller Skates and Goodbye Fireside

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Posted: April 8, 2018
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Connected Coffee is coming to the airport, they will be taking the old Tim's spot after security “We are looking forward to offering travellers some of the best local products that Nova Scotia has to offer." it is being operated by the same folks binging the new pub and Salad spot to YHZ

Rasa: Flavours of India is coming to Birmingham St.next month It will replace Fireside which closed last night. No change to Tom's

Thai Ivory will be opening in Monaghan Square on Young St

A board game/miniatures play space and retail is coming to Woodside, in the same plaza as Cheese Curds/Birdies/CUA. HFX Games opens this June.





Coffin Skate Shop opened yesterday at 2456 Agricola, This roller skating shop will be open weekends, and later this year will be hosting roller discos with rentals!

Wayne and Ricky's Diner is open at South Centre Mall in Spryfield

Sackville, you now have a cafe Apartment 3 Espresso Bar opened yesterday, and it has a drive-thru





Discount Hub in Bayers Lake is already having a closing sale; It just opened last April. The Dartmouth store continues.

Home Outfitters closing Bayers Lake store in September.



The Bayers Lake Dollarama will be expanding into what was Global Pet Foods (Global moved over a few doors)

#SummerOfIceCream continues the Portland Street Creperie is adding “Bubble Waffles and ice cream” May 5th!

It sounds like Cleo is leaving Mic Mac for Dartmouth Crossing

How Bazaar has reopened their Barrington St Store after a winter break



The Rick Mercer Report broadcasts its final episode on Tuesday. Rick has often shared adventures and people of Halifax, and Nova Scotia. And his famous rants which began in the alleyway behind the old CBC Radio building. I wish him well for the years of happy he has broadcast into our homes.



Costco started selling chicken wings at their canteen

CIBC has been renovating outlets to be digital branches, replacing tellers with touch screens. Spring Garden, Downtown Portland St and now Larry Uteck. RBC has also done the same on Quinpool.

and a shout out to Cooke Store Fixtures who are sponsoring this post




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