July 28 ReTales: Forever 21 Confirmed, Walmart Supercenter Opens, Outlet Mall? & More

Good news for Sackville eaters a version of Wasabi House is coming to Sackville, many think Wasabi House is the best sushi in HRM be interesting to see what Wasabi Asian Cuisine “All you can eat” will have on offer

Macchiato by Sam is now open on Gladstone by Almon,


Mills acquire Kick Ass Shoes to be integrated into Mills Bros in Spring Garden Place, shame as a Kick Ass always had a really nice looking store front

Speaking of nice storefronts I can’t go on more about the lovely displays that the J & R Grimsmo  continue to put up and this one show the great care they take to make retailing art.


Caribbean Twist, which closed for renos in May , and work was progressing in there , but they were only supposed to be closed for a week. now almost August and there is a For Lease sign on the windows. Sorry to see the end of Caribbean food in metro, it was a great spot.

Toronto Premium Outlets opens this week and you can take a peak at what the 1st “Premium Outlets” has to offer, there are RUMOURS that one is planned/being negotiated  for the Bayers Lake expansion behind Kent.

Tomavino’s will have a Takeout shop to service Portland Estates/Woodlawn Area at 635 Portland which is house across from MacPhee

Ceilidh Pub is expected to open next week at the bottom of Montobello

Lil’ War between Target and WalMart
Walmart opened their first Supercenter in Halifax Shopping Centre Annex
coincidentally Target now has their signage up on their in progress stores stores

Target had announced October as opening time for NS stores
coincidentally Walmart’s expanded stores are expected to open at the same time.


Mic Mac Mall finally confirmed the opening of Forever 21, the 38k sp.ft XXI Forever store is expected to open for Christmas
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Fiddleheads Kids Store will be opening a 2nd store ,to compliment their Dartmouth store,  on Larry Uteck beside Morris East



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