At least in Lubbock’s commercial sector, this week saw the opening of two new doors for everyone that was closed.
The decision to permanently close down 1000 Degrees Pizza, which is located on Indiana Avenue, was made public on March 19 by the restaurant’s proprietors. The company announced that it would remain open “while supplies last,” after which it will cease permanently at the end of March. When it is no longer in business, the 1000 Degrees Pizza location in Lubbock will be gone.
Pizza parlor closes, breakfast place opens
Two new enterprises have either just opened their doors or will do so in the near future. On March 24, Scooters Coffee, located at 8101 Indiana Avenue, celebrated their grand opening with an event. On March 29, Snooze, an early morning eatery, will open its doors to the public.
In addition to that, I was given an exclusive preview of a new establishment that will soon be opening in the Depot Entertainment District. Shotgun Sue’s Saloon intends to decorate the establishment in a style that is reminiscent of the Old West. Owners Vince Vasquez and Tim Tremoni have characterized their soon-to-open saloon as a one-of-a-kind establishment featuring western ambiance and flavorful cuisine.
Tremoni stated, “I’ve always wanted to do something where I had the opportunity to go crazy with beverages,” and they were able to make that dream come true. “If you enter the door, you should hopefully be greeted by the aroma of fresh herbs. I’d like to take you on a tour via a few different drinks. We’ll put our own spin on a number of old standards, but our cocktail menu will be entirely original to our establishment.”
If readers are looking ahead to the next week, they should be on the lookout for the monthly business wrap up.
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