ReTales Feb 2: North Face Store Closes, Scotia Square Food Court changes, Sal’s Gets Legal, More Froyo and $24 Sidewalk Chalk
After a symbolic 19 years, Salvatores is now licensed. 2 beers on tap and a bring your own wine policy, corkage $8 Sun-Thu $15 Friday-Saturday.
The Halifax Bead and Metal Clay (AKA Feroz Beads) on Grafton is closing on February 14th.
The Pub at the Lake Loon driving range is closing this month but the golf activities will resume when the weather allows it.
Bedford Place Mall has lost International Clothiers and Fairweather as tenants.
Ray’s Falafel and the Indian Buffet have both been told their leases will not be renewed in Scotia Square’s Food Court. Thai Express and Subway are both expected to be there in the near future.
RUMOUR: McDonalds has acquired the former KFC on Cole Harbour Rd.
More froyo, yes more froyo. yeh! will be opening outlets in Downsview Plaza and inside the Dartmouth Crossing Walmart.
- Maritime Pasty Closing, “Seahorse” On The Move, Quinpool Changes
- World Tea House to Bedford, Classic Fish and Chips Closes
- Barbers No Longer Allowed To Offer Beer
- Independant Mercantile Opens, Michael’s Closes and more
- BK Tims, Brilliant Boutique, Inkwell woes, Downtown Dartmouth Resurgance
- Boozy Milkshakes, Village Green To Stay, Dollarama exits HSC
- ReTales: A new Pete’s,Scanway Cafe, Halifax Moxie’s
- A Trip to McD’s in Dartmouth Crossing
- ReTales: A Sustainable Fish Monger, DT Dartmouth Fashions and Little Hakodate
- ReTales: Gahan House Halifax, WingDings done, Anchored Toastery