Hello A-J readers!
This week, we had a mix of good news in the Lubbock business community. One coffee space announced its opening date, and two restaurants made similar announcements. Tito’s Vodka also made a $1.2 million donation to the Davis College Water Center to help research.
Others are reading:Tito’s Vodka donates $1.2 million to Texas Tech, Davis College for water, drought research
On Friday, March 24, Scooters Coffee at 8101 Indiana Ave. will have its grand opening. People who order through 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 6:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. on weekdays and from 6:30 a.m.-4 p.m. on weekends.
La Placita, run by the same owner as the Rico Empanadas food truck, announced that their new location will open at 704 US-62 in Wolfforth on April 1. Little Red Riding Hood Nursey will also start the new month with its expansive greenhouse at 4415 Woodrow Road.
Related:Big plans growing for Lubbock’s Little Red Nursery: Massive greenhouse, new store, more
As for next week, stay tuned for more about some upcoming businesses. One article will get the story behind a new, yet old-fashioned, saloon coming to the Depot District. I’ll also be working on the monthly business wrap-up and additional projects.
As always, thank you for reading and supporting the A-J.
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