NEED2KNOW: Ginza Sushi grand opening; food truck event canceled; Dolce Skin Care moves
Updated as of Sunday, August 14, 2016 6:22 AM
Ginza Sushi & Asian Cuisine grand opening
Bob and Song Viener have set a date for the grand opening celebration of their month-old restaurant, Ginza Sushi & Asian Cuisine, now that the restaurant’s menu and offerings are ironed out.
The event will be all day Friday, Aug. 19.
The restaurant is at 220 W. Gurley St. in Prescott and can be reached by calling 928-445-4198.
Food truck event canceled
Mile High Mobile, a Prescott-based mobile food business club, has canceled their upcoming event scheduled to take place Aug. 19 through 21.
Dan Thomas, member of the club and owner of two food trailers, said the City of Prescott made the decision on Tuesday, Aug. 9, to decline their TUP (temporary use permit).
“So after an unsuccessful scramble to find another location, we decided to drop the event altogether,” Thomas said.
Dolce Skin Care relocated
Dolce Skin Care has moved to a larger building at 115 E. Goodwin St., Suite E-1.
With the larger space, they are now able to accommodate a personal trainer.
For more information about the move and what it means for the business, call 928-499-2338.
New home for A Perfect Cut
Previously located at 864 Hwy 89 #Z in Chino Valley, A Perfect Cut has relocated to 1596 Susan A Williams (Behind Pizza Hut) in Chino Valley.
The hair salon can be reached by calling 928-308-3520.
Goodwill hiring event
Helping Hands In-Home Care will be interviewing for positions at Prescott’s Goodwill Career Center, 1385 Iron Springs Road, on Monday, Aug. 15, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
For more information, call the Goodwill Career Center at 928-515-6540.
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