A couple of years ago Inge’s Footwear relocated within downtown Walnut Creek to a new spot in Plaza Escuela next to Ike’s Sandwiches, and they have now closed. No word yet whether they will be relocating again but you can check for updates on their website here.
Sports Authority closed in Plaza Escuela in downtown Walnut Creek back in the spring and now not unsurprisingly Spirit Halloween has opened in this spot. Sign up on their mailing list here to get a 20% off coupon for one item.
Thanks to everyone for sending word that Sports Authority (previously S.A. Elite) is closing in downtown Walnut Creek this Spring in Plaza Escuela. According to USA Today, Sports Authority, “filed for bankruptcy Wednesday, citing $1.1 billion in debt and saying that its sales had slumped after it failed to keep up with consumer trends.” Look for liquidation sales to begin soon. According to an employee working in the Walnut Creek location the store should remain open for at least two to three months.
Last month we learned that Pressed Juicery would be opening where Pinkberry used to be in Plaza Escuela in downtown Walnut Creek on Locust St. and they have now opened. Intriguingly, in addition to cold-pressed drinks, they also offer a frozen yogurt-esque/soft serve sorbet-esque option called FREEZE. Note that although it looks like frozen yogurt, it’s NOT frozen yogurt as it only uses the same ingredients in their cold-pressed drinks, no dairy and no added sugar. Thankfully they offer samples of any of their drinks and freeze flavors. I was doubtful about their freeze but I tried the vanilla and chocolate flavors and it was delicious! I ordered a vanilla freeze (see photo below). It comes with two toppings. I tried chocolate gogi berries and blueberries which was quite refreshing. Check out their drinks menu here and here, freeze menu here and freeze toppings menu here.
It’s unfortunate they removed the outdoor seating that Pinkberry had. I thought maybe that would be added later but the server mentioned that Pressed Juicery doesn’t offer any seating by design. Maybe it’s healthier drinking/eating while standing?
Last month we learned that Pinkberry would be closing in Plaza Escuela in downtown Walnut Creek and replaced with a Los Angeles-based juice bar called Pressed Juicery and there is now an “Opening Fall 2015” sign along with giant photos of their juices on the windows while the inside gets redone. Check out their juice menu here.
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