Foot Fetish moving
Foot Fetish Clothing Company, a locally-owned retail store located on the top floor of Bashford Courts Atrium Mall in downtown Prescott, is prepping for a relocation.
Through the end of this year, the owners are offering deals on much of their inventory so they can clear most of it out before closing temporarily on Jan. 1.
They will then reopen inside the Prescott Gateway Mall for weekends starting mid-February. They’ll be open full time starting Saturday, March 2, which is when they’ll be hosting a grand re-opening event.
Co-owner Bob Casden said Bashford Courts was great for the store’s first 14 years of business, but the move is necessary to keep the store’s prices reasonable, he said.
“We’re moving because we felt good about the mall and our expenses will be more in line with our volume,” Casden said.
Atmosfir now serving alcohol
Atmosfir, a restaurant located at 232 S. Montezuma in Prescott, has acquired a liquor license. It is now serving wine and beer and will eventually serve spirits as well, said chef and owner Paul Moskovich.
Because of this addition, diners will no longer be able to bring their own bottle of alcohol to enjoy at dinner.
“Once we got the alcohol license, we had to surrender the BYOB (bring your own bottle) license, so it’s kind of one or the other,” Moskovich said.
Flourstone Bakery open on Sundays
Hoping to catch some of the after-church crowd, Flourstone Bakery is now open from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sundays.
The café, located at 10050 S. Highway 69 in Mayer, will be offering much of its regular fare on Sundays, as well as a couple breakfast specials.
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