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Shuck, The Port, Atlantic Fabrics Open, Pets Unlimited Closing



Liquid Assets has opened it’ boutique of only Nova Scotia made beer, cider, wine, spirits, etc. after security at the Airport.

Port City and Biscuit Cutter are working on a permanent structure in Alderney Landing and soon to have their goods available all week.


Another vendor for the Halifax Shopping Centre food court (July) the 1st Pannizza in town.50 options to choose from, pizza ready in 2:15.As well August will see the opening of a Battered  Fish.

Lantz’ Hnatiuks says they are bringing their gun store/gun range/archery range/gun club model to metro in 2017/18

The space behind Portland Street Creperie will be Trainyard General Store, specializing in Nova Scotia made artisan products.

Catching up on something I missed.An eco-conscious women’s boutique, Sattva has opened on Agricola.


Pets Unlimited is folding, sales have started at all the metro stores which on the closure list. While some other stores like New Minas and Sydney have been sold to other parties.


Atlantic Fabrics opened their new Parkland store in the former Lawtons at Kearney Lake.

A new Mama Gratti’s is now open in Founders Square (1701 Hollis), the Mama Gratti’s will be returning to Scotia Square soon.

The NSLC’s replacement for the Port of Wines opened on Friday; The Port is on the corner of Clyde and Birmingham. You can read about my sneak peek here

The lower floor of Cut reopened as a seafood bar called Shuck

DSW (Designer Shoe Warehouse) opened this week to a lot of hype there were over 300 folks in line for when the doors opened.


Souper Duper Soup will be opening on Saturdays as well from May 7th till September.

East Side Mario’s now offers delivery.

At the Costco in Halifax. They have 52 Employees with 20+ years!! And another 21 with 15+.They must treat employees right, to have that level of retention of employees in retail!

The fence around the old KFC land on Cole Harbour Rd. is for an apartment building


Oh, it is glorious! I just found out Cineplex is replacing their coming soon intro video next month! No longer do I have to be haunted by this backward card!

Missouri: McDonalds is trialling the idea of unlimited fries at a new location opening, in St.Joseph’s, MO (north of Kansas City)


Dalhousie’s annual Dump and Run sale happens next Sunday at the Studley Gym http://halifaxdumpandrun.webs.com/

Next, Saturday and Sunday is the Halifax Crafters Spring show at Olympic Centre (Cunard @ Hunter) http://halifaxcrafters.ca/http://halifaxcrafters.ca/

and Saturday, May 7th is the 5th Open City already 87 participants listed



About Arthur Gaudreau

ReTales is a tracker of the going on of the Halifax Regional Municipality retail and restaurant scene, while there will be a focus on local operators, the big box and shopping centre areas will be represented as well. ReTales will also have some out of town content as well where applicable. The information comes from various news sources and observation around town. If you are business and you want to announce a new location a move or a renovation feel free to drop a line. ReTales is also pursuant to the improvement of the city to make a lively beautiful community we can all love an enjoy.


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