Located at 575 Main St. In Dartmouth, right by the Forest Hills Extension, is Fry-Daze. Owners Terry Nicoletopoulos and Demetrios Tsouros opened their pizza shop earlier this month. Nicoletopoulos and Tsouros aren’t new to the sport. They formerly ran central Halifax’s favorite Island Greek for years. The menu at their new area has a diffusion of pizzas, which includes specialties like Philly cheesesteak, spinach, and feta, and the conventional Cape Breton mixture and the pizzas you count on — all complete with a dough ball on the pinnacle.
Nicoletopoulos points out that “the whole thing is finished by way of scratch” and introduced he has been at this kind of commercial enterprise for 35 years. When he says, everything is done from scratch, the way it. They have partnered with 2 Boys Smokehouse in Cole Harbour to get the right amount of grind to make their donair cones in residence, and Nicoletopoulos also has a custom blend of spices made for him for the donairs. This is echoed on their Facebook page: “We try to get as an awful lot of our items from small local providers. That’s how we were taught developing up.”
The residence-made items maintain going, with fries reduce via hand, the gravy made in-house, and even the stuffing for the Newfie-tine is made in-house. They also expand things that might be battered in-house, including chicken, cheese curds, cauliflower, and mushrooms. If sandwiches are greater than your factor, they have a selection of grinders, and the buns are all made on web site as nicely. Or if you are yearning for a burger, they have that too, as well as the Cape Breton-well-known pizza burger.
Nicoletopoulos stated he additionally hopes to feature fish objects on the menu as they get going. However, that is for a later date. They open every day at 10:45 a.M., And near at 9: 45 p.M. Sunday through Wednesday and at 11: 45 p.M. Thursday through Saturday. For the innovative kinds, two spaces are commencing quickly. Red Wagon Art Studio is establishing at 1415 Hammonds Plains Rd. In Hammonds Plains. “We specialize in artist exceptional artwork substances and offer art lessons, workshops, and birthday events,” the business says. Over in Fairview, Crafty Fox Makerspace is commencing quickly in The Boss Plaza on Supreme Court. It will provide craft resources, do-it-yourself workshops, and classes. It also says it will carry in materials for cosplay makers.
An Asian Food Market known as Goblin’s Nibbles is beginning on the decrease level of Spring Garden Place in Halifax. Nestlé establishes a Nespresso boutique in Halifax Shopping Centre, a good way to exhibit and sell its line of warm beverage capsules and machines. Mary Brown’s commences a brand new vicinity in Cole Harbour, taking up the former Wing n’ It within the Forest Hills Plaza. Meanwhile, Mary Brown’s in Fairview has reopened after a whole renovation.
For individuals who, like me, were watching for a return of Ethiopian meals to the metro, you are in luck. Aster Cafe, which opened as an espresso spot at the nook of Frederick Avenue and Dutch Village Road in Halifax final summertime, is now serving Ethiopian dishes at lunch. Over at a hundred Highfield Park Dr. In Dartmouth, an Ethiopian and Canadian takeout called Ali’s Place is now open.
A new curated used clothing keep called The Loot hiding at the back of EnVie on Charles Street in Halifax. Chimney’s Cafe, which opened overdue ultimate summer season on Spring Garden Road at Queen Street in Halifax, has closed. Mark’s (Work Wearhouse) is closing its vicinity in Upper Tantallon in a few weeks.
Daily Grind Sugar Fix is now open and serving up a selection of ice cream and other sugary treats on Spring Garden Road at Birmingham Street. Following up from some weeks ago, Beverley’s Taco Service is now open at Stillwell Beer Garden on Spring Garden Road, and Lemon Dogs Lockside Canteen is now serving up tacos, lemonade, and frozen treats at Dartmouth’s Shubie Park.