ALLIANCE Walmart has completed remodeling projects in its store at 2700 W. State St.
The changes offer a new look and help customers save time, said Sarah Hall, store manager, in a press release.
“Nearly every department in this store was refreshed in one way or another and our customers will immediately notice the exciting updates when they walk through the door,” she said.
Changes covered the basics: new signs, lighting and flooring throughout the store, remodeled bathrooms, new shelving and lower fixtures, and an increased number of products in the home, pets, sporting goods and hardware sections.
The layout of the grocery has changed. There are new produce tables, a hot case and ready-to-go items in the new deli counter.
The electronics department now has interactive displays
Guess who’s coming to West Avenue?
Pizza Bar, which opened its first location next to the Loews Miami Beach and Ritz Carlton South Beach in 2009, has opened a new location, right next to Bodega Taqueria y Tequila.
The menu at the new spot, which boasts a rustic but modern vibe, isn’t exactly the same as the menu at the Collins Avenue restaurant, which says it sells the biggest slice on South Beach.
At the new restaurant, it’s not so much about the slices. You can order the 30-inch pizzas with your favorite toppings or try a special pizza like the Proscuitto, with garlic sauce, mozzarella, truffle oil, Proscuitto, arugula, grated Parmesan and basil.
But you won’t get bored, because there are new items, too, including a Sicilian pie that’s
The popular home improvement chain is coming to Louisville. (Photo: Wikimedia Commons)
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — A Midwestern home improvement store chain will be opening its first Derby City location next week.
Menards, which is headquartered in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, announced Wednesday it will open a mega store at 9625 Preston Crossing Boulevard next Monday after announcing its plans for the store more than 40 months ago.
The store will be open 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Monday through Saturday and 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Sunday. The store will feature a selection of lumber, roofing, siding, construction blocks, trusses, doors and windows, plus cabinets, appliances, countertops, flooring, lighting, paint, plumbing supplies and more, according to a news release.
“We appreciate all the community support we’ve experienced,” Louisville general manager Mike Hilfiker said in a statement. “We