Daily Grind is opening a new location at Bishops Landing at the former cafe space.

Sully’s Roast Beef which closed on Agricola in September of 2014 is coming back but this time on wheels, Sully’s Snack Wagon will be hitting the streets next week ”

After 25 years beneath Maritime Centre, Pacifico is closing it’s doors on June 1st. While it may be the end of an era Pacifico says they will resurface later this year at a new location downtown.

Halifax ReTales Closed

Quick serve chicken and ribs spot Off The Grill has closed in Woodside. but I hear another concept restaurant will be up and running soon

?O’Healthy Market has closed in Downtown Dartmouth on Portland Street, the company recently changed hands and the Truro location will continue.

In a weird one, Ma Belle’s briefly reopened for a few weeks in it’s original location but has already closed. The building has sold and the new owners plan an eatery of their own.

Station 1 (Fish & Chips/Lebanese) closed their location at 575 Main St. in Dartmouth but they will be reopening again on Tacoma Drive by the Dollarama.

and a slight amendment to last week the Nespresso in Halifax Shopping Centre sounds like it will be in kiosk form instead of a full store.

“Located at 575 Main St. in Dartmouth, right by the Forest Hills Extension, is Fry-Daze Eatz. Owners Terry Nicoletopoulos and Demetrios Tsouros opened their pizza shop earlier this month.

Nicoletopoulos and Tsouros aren’t new to the game. They previously ran central Halifax favourite Island Greek for years.

The menu at their new place has a selection of pizzas, including specialties like Philly cheese steak, spinach and feta and the classic Cape Breton combo as well as the pizzas you expect — all complete with a dough ball on top.

Nicoletopoulos points out that “everything is done by scratch” and added he has been at this type of business for 35 years.

When he says everything is done from scratch, he means it. They have partnered with 2 Boys Smokehouse in Cole Harbour to get the right amount of grind to make their donair cones in house, and Nicoletopoulos also has a custom blend of spices made for him for the donairs. This is echoed on their Facebook page: “We try and get as much of our items from small local vendors. That’s how we were taught growing up.”

The house-made items keep going, with fries cut by hand, the gravy made in house and even the stuffing for the Newfie-tine is made in house. They also have a selection of things that are battered in house, such as chicken, cheese curds, cauliflower and mushrooms.

If sandwiches are more your thing, they have a selection of grinders and the buns are all made on site as well. Or if you are craving a burger, they have that too, as well as the Cape Breton-famous pizza burger.

Nicoletopoulos said he also hopes to add fish items to the menu as they get going, but that is for a later date. They open every day at 10:45 a.m. and close at 9:45 p.m. Sunday through Wednesday and at 11:45 p.m. Thursday through Saturday.”