It’s Black Friday week, I kind of miss the fun of Boxing Day

Koroni Pizza (and Greek) now open on Bedford Hwy where Nayya was, Nayya is waiting on some equipment but is hoping be serving up their Pictou County Pizza on Larry Uteck this week.

The Lindt Store in Dartmouth Crossing is now open, between Party City and Mastermind Toys.

My Home clothing has opened their seasonal store in Mic Mac

Colori (first outside of Quebec) opened in Halifax Shopping Centre

Easter Seals has a weekday pop up shop in Scotia Square leading up to Christmas. They are selling goods from their skills building programs for Nova Scotians with disabilities

Indoor plant specialist Urban Gardens opened at 60 Queen St in Dartmouth. The other half of that space will be used for Quilting classes in the new year.

The Millstone Public House has opened the doors of their 2nd location in the Sante Centre on Hammonds Plains Rd. in Bedford

Convenience store Lewis’ Last Stop on Windmill under the MacDonald Bridge has closed

Cabela’s in Dartmouth Crossing exterior is coming along fast for a March 2018 opening, and they started accepting applications for senior job positions this week

There are all kinds of Craft Shows again this week see the big list here
The big show is at Dalplex but my favourite of the season Dartmouth Makers @ Christ Church on Ochterloney is on Friday night and Saturday

Costco in Halifax turned 25 yesterday, and I wrote a piece talking about the controversy surrounding its arrival 25 Years Ago We Met Price Club 

Four years ago this week I reported Agricola St Brasserie, Stillwell, and Field Guide had opened; It was a pretty good week for Halifax!

You didn’t ask for it, but now you have it! Available 24hrs a day a live feed of a Donair spit

you can now order McDs from your phone for curbside pickup

It’s now 10 Holiday seasons without Woody at Mic Mac Mall 🙁

and thanks to Cooke Store Fixtures who are sponsoring this post