I don’t have a confirmed date but Quebec based maker of gummy candies Squish, will be opening in Halifax Shopping Centre later this year.
HaliMac Axe Throwing has opened its Brunswick Street doors.
The new Princess Auto at the corner of Wright Avenue and Burnside Drive has opened , replacing their previous home a few blocks away.
Yans Restaurant in Lower Sackville (same building as Giant Tiger) has been replaced by another Chinese restaurant called Dekies
The Tims inside of the NSCC Ivany Campus is now open.
Vandal Doughnuts has announced it will be reopen Feb 10 as a joint venue with The 244 at the corner of Gottingen and Cornwallis Streets
Ardene in Bayers Lake is closing at the end of the month.
Brown Bag Lunch Co. has closed at 20 Wright Ave. but it was sold and will soon be replaced by Burnside Lunchbox
The decline of Smiling Goat continues , the original location on South Park Street has closed. At this time last year their were six locations and the promise of a seventh to come, now there is just one location left at Bishops Landing.
Sitting at 2858 Agricola St. is a faux log cabin that houses Fishing Fever Fly and Tackle Shop, the spot has been home to a variety outdoors store since the early ’60s and has been in the hands of current owner Graham Greene for the last 15 years.
However like its North End Halifax neighbourhood, it’s about to change and the shop is moving to Barrington Street. Moving day is Jan. 28 and it will open in the new location a few days later.
The new store, located across from the Irving Shipyard Assembly Hall at 3260 Barrington St., will be almost twice the size of its former home. Greene said the timing of the move it gives a chance to “get used to the new place before it starts to get busy around mid-March”
Greene said he had just been on year-to-year leases and the roof at the current place leaks in six different places, it was time for a change. He added that he wanted to stay on the peninsula in a nice central location.
The shop is a full of everything required for fly fishing, from beginners to seasoned pros. Stocked with rods, reels, fishing line, clothing, kits, tools and accessories and, of course, lots of colourful flies.
IHOP is coming to Moncton .