Local businesses growing as part of the Promenade Shoppes mix
A stroll through the Promenade Shops in Saukon Valley will see the change.
Outdoor shopping centers take a decidedly local approach.
Promenade Marketing Director Christa Berardelli said:
The Upper Saukong Township site, which opened in 2006, has been under new management since April. Dallas-based new company Centennial has been looking at ways to bring in locally owned and operated businesses.
handmade mystic is a good example. New shop between Hand & Stone and J.Jill specializing in healing crystals, unique gifts and jewelry. It’s his third place for business and his second place in the Valley.
“They got the business, so it was great for us to partner,” Berardelli said. We want to partner with people who have unique brands that aren’t here.”
batch micro creamery — a household name for artisanal ice cream at Quakertown’s Trolley Barn Public Market and Wescosville’s Shepherd Hills Golf Club — is set to open March 25 near the AMC Theater. Bach is a good fit, Berardelli said, because Batch is a well-established business that offers something different, just like his Mystic.
“They sell ice cream differently,” she said. “You can get an ice cream flight and try a few different things.
In early April, a promenade will be added obsessed with loveis a boutique offering women’s clothing, jewelry, accessories and unique gift items. Next to Batch and Alter’d State. The business has garnered success and fans through its online business and Facebook group, as well as his popular warehouse at 110 S. Front Street, Souderton, Montgomery County.
In addition to these businesses, we shared the news a few weeks ago that a popular Philadelphia-area restaurant chain was coming to the Promenade. turning pointBerardelli said the restaurant is filling a void on the promenade with an emphasis on brunch and lunch.
Berardelli said Turning Point is converting three units between I Break U Fix and PlayaBowls and hopes to open this fall.
2 delicious news
Two restaurants are opening in Bethlehem, just a few blocks away.
flying pork bar Opening soon at the former Tocci’s Tailgaters Pub & Grill location at 1313 Center St. The restaurant has an outdoor patio and a fully renovated bar that serves a variety of draft beers. The menu is a standard izakaya menu such as French onion soup and brunch menu. information: facebook.com/flyingpigtvernpa
around the corner pint and pie The address is 21 E. Elizabeth Ave. If the name sounds familiar, it’s because it will be his second location at the popular Wilson restaurant. Pint and Pies is known not only for its gourmet pizzas, sandwiches and burgers, but also for its extensive beer menu featuring national brands and local craft beers. information: facebook.com/pintsandpiespub
another new venture
And in news ‘2’, there are changes to The Shoppes at Bethlehem on Easton Avenue in Bethlehem Township.
Dave’s Home FurnishingFurniture and home goods company opens second store in Lehigh Valley. The store will be a space adjacent to the Giant Supermarket. Poke Bar 25 & Bubble Tea It opened in a corner of a shopping center.
with more delicious updates
BK Lobster is opening its first franchise in Pennsylvania at 2080 Milford Road, Smithfield Township, Monroe County. The chain has three of his locations in Atlanta, Phoenix, and Miami.
BK Lobster is known for its lobster rolls, which are made with sustainably sourced fresh Maine lobster meat and served on buttered and toasted split top buns. In addition to lobster rolls, the menu includes items such as lobster mac and cheese, lobster tacos, and lobster bisque.
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