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Sunday, April 22, 2012
Friday, April 20, 2012
You can add more questions in the comments.
The questions have been pouring in since last week’s announcement that Marc’s would be opening a new store in Brecksville. It’s still really early in the process, but I was able to exchange emails with Denise Blank, the property manager at The Snider Company, and talk to Mayor Jerry N. Hruby to get some questions answered. There has been no additional information available from Marc's yet. Some of the following questions were inspired by comments from readers, and some were questions on my mind. Will the new store have a pharmacy? What about a diner? No to both, Blank said. Hruby also said that the store will not have a liquor license when it opens, so it will just sell wine and beer. Where is the extra space coming from? Blank said the …
Tuesday, April 17, 2012
If you stop by the new shop, tell us what you thought—and what flavor combination you picked—in the comments!
Lemonberry Frozen Yogurt was quiet Tuesday afternoon, but judging from the chatter on Twitter, plenty of people are planning to stop by today’s grand opening. The new shop is located in the same plaza as Panera and Sakura, behind the Charter One Bank. If you make a stop at Lemonberry today, tell us what you thought in the comments. You can also leave a rating and review on their business listing. And, of course, we want to know what combination you picked. Gummies and chocolate chips? Four different kinds of fruit? Yogurt only? Tell us in the comments! (Want to add a photo of your sweet creation? Just click "Upload Photos and Videos" above.)
Friday, April 13, 2012
Doors will open at 11 a.m.
Updated, 5:30 p.m. Brecksville residents don’t have to wait much longer to get some frozen yogurt in town. Lemonberry Frozen Yogurt is planning to open its doors in Brecksville on Tuesday. The announcement was made on its Facebook page and Twitter account Friday afternoon. We announced the frozen yogurt shop’s plans back in November. Lindy Bechke said her family’s business offers both healthy and indulgent topping options for its self-serve frozen yogurt. The original shop is located in Strongsville. Flavors at Lemonberry are rotated regularly. The flavors at the store's opening will include peanut butter, banana, vanilla, chocolate, tart and no sugar raspberry, Bechke said in an email. And while there are no specials for the opening day, …
Friday, March 30, 2012
The grand opening of the specialty running shop will feature refreshments, giveaways and discounts.
Vertical Runner of Brecksville won’t just be a shoe store—it will be a place for runners to gather. “Our whole thing is customer service,” said co-owner Josh Stucky. The store will focus on the runner—everything from making sure the fit of the shoe is perfect to helping them improve with running clinics. Stucky said the store will host activities like group runs and group bike rides once everything gets started. The grand opening of the Brecksville location is Saturday. The business has already been getting involved in the community. Vertical Runner will be a sponsor in this year’s Home Days race, and Stucky said he’d like to tie the nonprofit he and his father run—Run 4 UR Life—into the store. The nonprofit encourages families to run …
Monday, February 20, 2012
The specialty running shop will likely open in March.
Another new business is headed to Brecksville. Residents may have noticed some construction on the corner of Mill and Brecksville roads recently. That spot will soon be the new home of Vertical Runner, a specialty running shop. Brian Stucky bought and remodeled the old Mill Breck building, and his son, Josh, will run the new shop. While Stucky is helping to preserve a Brecksville landmark, the inside of the store will look brand-new. They’ve been remodeling it for about two months, and the grand opening is set for March 31. Vertical Runner carries all the major running brands, said co-owner Vince Rucci, and the company prides itself on having a high level of customer service. Vertical Runner has been in Hudson for about eight and a half …
Friday, November 4, 2011
The owners hope to have it open by spring 2012.
Lemonberry Frozen Yogurt announced its plans to open a new location in Brecksville on Wednesday. The announcement came out on the company’s Twitter and Facebook pages Wednesday afternoon, and there’s already a Facebook page for the upcoming Brecksville location. “We’re excited to open in Brecksville,” said Lindy Bechke. The store is owned and run by the Bechke family. The family opened its first self-serve frozen yogurt location in Strongsville in 2010. Bechke said her parents, who own a printing company in Strongsville, bought the building and had some extra space, so the family decided to start another venture. At the Strongsville location, customers can fill up a cup with a variety of six rotating flavors and top it with their choice …
Wednesday, October 5, 2011
The restaurant opened at 5 p.m. on Wednesday.
The “grand opening” might not be until November, but Seared opened its doors to customers as of 5 p.m. on Wednesday. “We’re really excited to be a part of the community,” said assistant general manager Robin Schulze. The restaurant, which was originally scheduled to open in September, is starting with a soft opening, and some details—like the exact date of the grand opening—are being kept quiet for now. Schulze said the steak, seafood and raw bar restaurant will be serving a variety of wines and cocktails, and all the food will be made in house. Customers who want to try the raw bar will have to wait a little while still. Schulze said they expect to have that in during the next few days. Typically, that will be available as a special …
Sunday, September 18, 2011
Catch up on this week’s news in Brecksville.
Did you miss a couple of stories this week on Brecksville Patch? Get up to date quickly by reading the summaries below. For the full stories, click on the links.
Thursday, September 15, 2011
The owner said they hope to open to the public on Sept 21.
Anyone looking to buy dinner at Brecksville’s newest restaurant has to wait one more week. Seared, which was scheduled to open to the public on Wednesday, is delaying its opening until next week. Chef and owner Mike Moralis said they decided to push back the opening and put some finishing touches on the restaurant. “We just want it to look perfect, that’s all,” Moralis said. He said they’re aiming to have the new steak and seafood restaurant open on Sept. 21. The restaurant will start with a soft opening and plan a grand opening for sometime shortly after. If the restaurant misses its Sept. 21 goal, Moralis said they’ll work to have it open early the following week. Interested customers can already place reservations online at …