So I got something wrong last week.
Produce store Tomavo is opening in Kings Wharf …
But it’s not a store, it’s a corporate office. Though word is there will be Dartmouth store to be determined .
The folks at Apartment 3 Espresso Bar in Sackville look like they have something cool planned, they posted this weekend about a pop-up happening soon called Saints “Supreme Soft Serve”
Twinkle Forest opening at the start of Barrington near Inglis. It’s a toy and collectible shop and based on those silhouettes on the window I’d say with leaning to Asian styles.
OK this one is a touch outside HRM but Black Harbour Creamery has opened at 419 Hwy 329 (Hubbards, on the way to Bayswater Beach)
and they like to deep-fry the ice cream.
Thrift clothing shop The Grateful Wardrobe has opened on Dresden Row, near Sackville Street. The proceeds shop will go to assist Mental Wellness Assistance Society of Nova Scotia,
La Senza has closed their Mic Mac Mall location and will not be returning.
Pho Maxim has left the strip mall on Farnham Gate Road, but already in the works is Saffron “Multi Cuisine Indian Food”. This Saffron does not seem to be related in any way to the Saffron that recently closed up shop in Truro.
A staple of Burnside for lunch for decades, East West has closed their weekday lunchtime take-out counter. You can still find them evenings at their parent restaurant on Main Street.
With the McDonald’s by the Dartmouth bridge tolls going through a renovation, it makes me long for the days when they had pirate ship in their original Wyse Road location.