Hello A-J readers!
This week, we had a mix of great news in the Lubbock organization neighborhood. A single coffee space announced its opening date, and two restaurants created comparable announcements. Tito’s Vodka also created a $1.two million donation to the Davis College Water Center to enable analysis.
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On Friday, March 24, Scooters Coffee at 8101 Indiana Ave. will have its grand opening. Men and women who order via the app can get their drinks for a 50% discount.
Snooze, an A.M. Eatery, will have their grand opening at 413 University Ave. on Wednesday, March 29. Snooze’s hours will be six:30 a.m.-two:30 p.m. on weekdays and from six:30 a.m.-four p.m. on weekends.
La Placita, run by the similar owner as the Rico Empanadas meals truck, announced that their new place will open at 704 US-62 in Wolfforth on April 1. Small Red Riding Hood Nursey will also start off the new month with its expansive greenhouse at 4415 Woodrow Road.
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As for subsequent week, keep tuned for much more about some upcoming organizations. A single report will get the story behind a new, however old-fashioned, saloon coming to the Depot District. I will also be operating on the month-to-month organization wrap-up and further projects.
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