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Old 10-27-2014, 10:30 AM
 
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501 Fresh has opened on the corner of 5th and Evans where Cubbie's used to be. It has salads, soups, etc.
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Old 10-27-2014, 11:07 AM
 
Location: Greenville, NC
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This is a poor quality picture because of the glare, but bricks are starting to go up on the Boundary project.

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Old 10-27-2014, 01:59 PM
 
Location: Southern, NJ
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Burlington Coat Factory has opened in the old Home Depot building.
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Old 10-28-2014, 05:50 AM
 
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Burlington Coat Factory has opened in the old Home Depot building.
Me and my fiance went there yesterday. Great store, has a bunch of clothes for big a tall (a little on the bigger side lol). Only place I also found that they had blazers that fit me. I'm going to go back this weekend a pick up a few things.
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Old 10-28-2014, 11:44 AM
 
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Looks like The Markit in Winterville beside Freds Foods is opening this weekend. Not sure how many vendors they have yet but it looks like a cool idea. The Markit
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Old 10-29-2014, 10:14 PM
 
Location: Greenville
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Just some small, around-the-town things.
-A small strip mall with a Save A Lot grocery store is being constructed on Dickinson between Skinner St and Watauga Ave.
-The Wash House is supposedly opening a new location on Easy St across from Food Lion
-The new Italian restaurant where Los Charros and Yerbabueno were is now open
-There is now a Family Dollar AND Dollar General on 33 in Belvoir
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Old 11-01-2014, 12:42 PM
 
Location: Greenville, NC
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The Burlington Coat Factory is open.
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Old 11-02-2014, 03:59 PM
 
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The old Club Rumors (nice seeing the upper windows restored!):


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Old 11-03-2014, 06:31 AM
 
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The old Club Rumors (nice seeing the upper windows restored!):

Looks really good!
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Old 11-05-2014, 09:09 AM
 
Location: Greenville, NC
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The Daily Reflector

Info in the Reflector about 501 Fresh Salads & the Harvet Bread Company coming early next year....


A new lunch spot, 501 Fresh, has opened at 501 S. Evans St. in downtown Greenville. It’s the former location of Cubbie’s at the corner of Fifth and Evans streets.
The restaurant offers a variety of salad and wrap options, along with smoothies and other light fare.

Signature salads and wraps ($7 each) include the Santa Fe, with romaine, green onion, tomatoes, black bean and corn relish, cilantro, radishes, cheddar cheese, bell peppers and grilled chicken with chipotle ranch dressing; and Asian, with romaine, carrots, red cabbage, Asian noodles, cilantro, mandarin oranges and grilled chicken with spicy Thai peanut dressing.


Patrons may choose to design their own salad or wrap by marking an order slip with their chosen ingredients. For $5, choose a green leafy vegetable (such as baby spinach, kale, chopped romaine) and five other topping items (including avocado, beets, kalamata olives, feta cheese, cucumbers, hard-boiled egg, red onion, sliced almonds, dried cranberries, mushrooms, pepperoncinis). Add bacon for $1 or grilled chicken, smoked turkey breast or smoked ham for $2. Top with a housemade salad dressing.


Managing partner Scott Yelverton, who owns 501 Fresh with A.J. McMurphy’s owners Bill and Shannon Stom, said he worked for three months to perfect the dressings. Varieties include Parmesan Caesar, creamy blue cheese, spicy thousand island, honey jalapeno lime vinaigrette, Italian cashew, and low-fat creamy balsamic vinaigrette.
Smoothies, made with fresh juices and yogurt, are $5.


Seasonal housemade soups are offered daily in the fall and winter for $3. Offerings vary daily and may include tomato orzo or carrot and ginger.
Hours are 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Mondays-Saturdays. Call 751-0799.

Great Harvest Bread


Greenville residents Gregg and Kim Green have signed a lease to bring a new Great Harvest Bread Company bakery to Greenville in early 2015.
The new bakery — offering made-to-order sandwiches, freshly baked breads and sweets — will be located at 2803 S. Evans St. at the corner of Plaza Drive, the former location of The Light Christian Bookstore.
Gregg previously worked as a minister and Army chaplain. Kim is a native of Greenville.
Breads will include Honey Whole Wheat, along with a rotating selection of specialty breads including Cinnamon Chip, Farmhouse White, Oregon Herb, and Bacon Cheddar Beer, made with a local brew. The menu also features a variety of muffins, biscuits and an assortment of cookies and scones.
Founded in 1976 in Great Falls, Mont., Great Harvest has more than 200 bakeries. All bakeries are individually owned and operated, and no two are alike.
For more information, follow the bakery at GreenvilleNC.GreatHarvestBread.com.


Chili’s


Chili’s, 3050 Evans St., is undergoing a complete “reimage” of the restaurant including changes to the interior, exterior and kitchen. The restaurant remains open for its regular hours during the renovations.


Managing partner Eric McCartney said the project is expected to be completed by Saturday.


“We are giving the restaurant a complete change, from walls to ceilings,” McCartney said. “It is a great big project.”
Interior changes include replacing chairs, tables and booths; adding a dozen televisions; and replacing all lighting. The exterior is being painted and new Chili’s neon signs installed.


“We are doing all the work at nighttime,” McCartney said. “None of our work is impacting our business flow.”
The renovations are being completed at all company-owned Chili’s restaurants.


“‘Fresh is now’ is the new motto,” McCartney said, so the reimage includes not only the way the restaurants look but also new food technology in the kitchen and new menu items.

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