Carter’s/Osh-Kosh is coming to Bedford Commons in the former Tip Top space by Sally and TripCentral

Real Fake Meats (vegan butcher) will be opening a storefront in the Velo on Gottingen across from the Library

The return of Waffle Love, after they had to abandon their previous home on Kaye St across from the Hydrostone in October. They will be opening at 2082 Gottingen St in a couple weeks, the same building as Field Guide.

The Has Bin consignment shop is opening on Windmill in the little strip mall near Albro Lake Rd

Happy Harry’s is opening a new location on Horseshoe Lake Dr. in the same building as the Bayer’s Lake Nothin’ Fancy.

The Posh Pearl “consignment furniture and home decor” is opening soon on Main St across from the Garden View

In 2016 the CBC featured the story of Samer Jokhdar who had fled Syria, where he owned a shop where he made Syrian style ice cream (aka a Booza). Well now it’s 2018 and he is soon opening Booza Emessa at 813 Bedford Highway in the converted motel.

After 4 years in Downtown Windsor, Fry Daddy’s is opening a second in Middle Sackville. Burgers, Ice Cream, nachos, poutine, salads, wraps and deep fried things. They are going to take over the space that was going to be Phu Quoc.

The Cottage Cafe, now open on Prince Albert Rd in Paddlers Cove overlooking Lake Banook

Brightwood Brewery has opened at 35 Portland Street, beside the new Lake City Cider, in the longtime Neiforth Furniture

Slow on the draw it seems Shirley & Novelee’s opened on Caledonia Rd a couple months ago. Caribbean dishes like Oxtail, goat curry and patties, as well as Chili Dogs and Mac and Cheese, are on the menu

Halifax ReTales Closed
Limoncello has closed up their Sunnyside Mall shop. “It is with a heavy heart that I announce that we are now closed for business. With a changing demographic as well as a drastically declining foot traffic, we simply cannot continue operations. The final decision maker was the announcement of the closing of the ‘Kameleon Brand’ which was a mainstay at Limoncello Lifestyle”

Nature’s Cove on the Bedford Highway has closed

Bahay Kubo: Filipino & Asian Grocery Store have moved their hidden store on Alma, across the street to The Boss complex on Dutch Village at Titus also a PSA if anyone is looking for a Halo Halo fix

Crocodile Ice Cream in Cole Harbour has already closed for the season due to a personal health issue

Karama Bridal & Formal, has relocated to their former home at 211 Windmill Rd

Monday morning brings the largest overhaul of Halifax Transit routes ever, and particular impact for those of you who travel through the Lacewood terminal. Details Here best of luck!