PUBLISHED: 17:30 11 April 2019 | UPDATED: 17:30 11 April 2019 Mark Boggis Lowestoft Town centre. Archant © 2012 It’s a list that offers a nostalgic trip down memory lane. But an old Lowestoft street directory is also a stark reminder of the trials the High Street has been through, with only a handful of tenants from yesteryear remaining today.Uncovered in town centre store Holgates and believed to date back to the late 1960s, the directory lists shops on one side of the town centre at London Road North – with mentions of roads and premises in between at Surrey Street, The Prairie, Gordon Road, Regent Road and Milton Road – as it runs from 35 to 185 London Road North. The directory excerpt was kept by Carol and Martin Pettit, owners of Holgates, and features a large advert for the menswear shop which they have run in the town centre with their son William and daughter Elizabeth for the past 23 years – but announced its … [Read more...] about Old Lowestoft high street directory reveals extent of change
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Food halls — multi-tenant developments that feature a variety of restaurant and sometimes retail vendors — are hot right now, with several popping up in the metro, including four in the past two years. We’ve made the rounds and found Twin Cities food halls are distinctly different from each other in philosophy, food offerings and setup, some even opting to go cashless. Here’s a a guide to food halls around the Twin Cities as well as updates on those that are in the works. ELEVATE FOOD HALL, MINNEAPOLIS This former private cafeteria turned public food hall on the fourth floor of the 100 Washington Square building in downtown Minneapolis is accessible through the main doors of the building or via skyway. The poppy, contemporary space with slick table tops, islands and booth seating is open for breakfast and lunch and features several local restaurants such as 123 Sushi and Sonora Grill as well as national names such as Pork & Mindy’s from Jeff Mauro of … [Read more...] about Twin Cities food halls: where to find them and what’s in the works
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