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The casual seafood restaurant offers food and drinks at reasonable prices.
Business, Arts, The Neighborhood Files
The architectural salvage and furniture shop is making a mark downtown, thanks to a constant flow of traffic and a savvy social media campaign.
Business, The Neighborhood Files
The first day of the new monthly event was considered a success by all accounts.
The event is designed to bridge the gap until the Fresh Market returns to Ulmer Park in the fall, according to organizer Tanya Pistillo.
The casual seafood restaurant on Missouri Avenue is scheduled to open sometime in early May.
Government, Real Estate
The 1.4-acre parcel on Roosevelt Boulevard owned by the Walker Ford Co. would be used as a trailhead for a planned Progress Energy Trail extension.
The popular Largo pizzeria now offers a gluten free pie, and owner Santo Sardo says they are flying out of the oven.
The matter was scheduled to be addressed at Tuesday's meeting, but was moved to May 7 due the absence of some commission members.
Another restaurant swap is in the works at the location just north of East Bay Drive.
Site plans for the West Bay Drive bank are awaiting city approval before construction can begin, possibly sometime in May.
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