Retail News Archive
Tom and Chee will no longer be moving into the space next to DiBella’s on Bridge Street in Dewitt. This is due to a lawsuit between the building owner and franchise owner (which has been recently dropped).
Instead, Flawless Image, will be taking over this space later in August. Flawless Image is a medical aesthetics company, specializing in body contouring, liposuction, and other services.
Canale’s Restaurant in Liverpool announced this past weekend on Facebook that August 20th is their new closing date. They previously expected to close in July.
Blaze Pizza, the fast growing quick-serve pizza shop chain backed by LeBron James, is reportedly looking for sites in Central New York. The company is on track for $1.1 billion in revenue by 2022.
According to a spokesman, they “do not have any sites under development yet, but territory has been awarded to an experienced multi-unit franchise partner who is actively looking for great real estate sites that meet their criteria”.
Here’s a list of the Kmart stores in Central New York that will be closing, obtained from a list by Business Insider:
- Liverpool, NY, store 3352
- Malone, NY, store 3943
- Cortland, NY, store 7134
- Watertown, NY, store 7432
These four stores are likely to close in September. The Mattydale Kmart will remain open.
All-Star Alley and Tavern is now open! Check out the best in pins, sports and games, including a full-service dining experience, beer garden, bocce court and more located on 3rd level Canyon.
Besides a 24-lane bowling alley with couches and large projections screens, the entertainment venue will offer made-from-scratch dining, two full-service bars, private VIP areas, billiard tables and arcade games. The menu will be created by TMG Corporate Chef Brad Rishmany.
All-Star Alley & Tavern is expected to open later this month. A portion of sales each Sunday for the first month will be donated to to local charities and not-for-profit organizations.
As of last week, The Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery in Syracuse has officially closed its doors permanently. It opened up on Erie Boulevard back in 2014.