A new Middle Eastern restaurant from the owners of Silk Road in Walnut Creek called Lavosh is planning on opening in Lafayette where Rustic Tavern used to be, according to Diablo Dish. I wonder if this is related to Pomegranate closing?
The Indian restaurant Curry Blvd. will be closing next month in Lafayette and as you can see in the photo below a new Indian restaurant will be taking its place called Naan Curry. Note that this isn’t the chain Naan n Curry. Check out their website here.
the piece. store, which opened a few years ago in the Lafayette Clocktower, is relocating this March next to Venture Goods within the Lafayette Clocktower in a prime Mt. Diablo Blvd. spot. They opened their second location in City Center Bishop Ranch back in March. Check out their online selection here.
Last November we learned that The Shade Store would be replacing the ice cream shop Smitten in La Fiesta Square with a showroom and their bold signage is now up. Check out their website here where you can shop online for shades, blinds and drapery. As an ice cream fan where am I going to go when I’m in Lafayette?
Thanks to everyone who emailed that the seafood restaurant Yankee Pier will be closing today in the Lafayette Mercantile shopping center. Apparently high rent as well as lower revenue caused the same group that owned Lark Creek in downtown Walnut Creek to exit. However, their website does show they also own nearby Cooperage and Corners Tavern. I wonder if the addition of newer restaurants Batch & Brine and Barranco across the street impacted them negatively?
Lafayette Library and Learning Center
3491 Mt. Diablo Blvd, Lafayette Thursday, January 17th, 2018
7:00 – 8:00pm | Free
Join us for an evening with Ingrid Rojas Contreras, whose debut novel Fruit of the Drunken Tree is a mesmerizing story set in Colombia at the height of Pablo Escobar’s violent reign. In this national bestseller, a sheltered young girl and a teenage maid strike an unlikely friendship that threatens to undo them both.
Thanks to everyone who emailed that Studio L, which housed Leslie Noel Studios and PPF is relocating from their Moraga Rd. location in the Campana building to their new spot on Mt. Diablo Blvd. right near 7-Eleven. According to the email the “new studio opens on January 1st”. Check for updates on the Leslie Noel Studios Facebook page here.
In September we learned that the health foods store Open Sesame would be closing in La Fiesta Square in Lafayette and the coming spring 2019 signage for Formula 3 is now up on the Moraga Rd. side. The parent company Leisure Sports, also owns Renaissance Club Sport.
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