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Need2Know: New boutique business open; wine bar opening; restaurant could open soon

Prerna O’Hara likes to called all her store’s old clothes pre-loved instead of used. (Prerna O’Hara/Courtesy)

Prerna O’Hara likes to called all her store’s old clothes pre-loved instead of used. (Prerna O’Hara/Courtesy)

Scarlett’s Curated Collection Now open

Frankly, my dear, you should give a damn about Scarlett’s Curated Collection because it is now open and ready for business.

Located at 107 N. Cortez St., Suite 100 in Prescott, Scarlett’s Curated Collection features stylish clothing and other fun “must have” accessories at an affordable price. The boutique store also carries a wide variety of clothing, shoes, handbags, jewelry and gifts to fit customer’s needs.

“This is a unique consignment store because it is a combination of new and pre-loved clothing, shoes and handbags,” said owner Prerna O’Hara “I like to use the term pre-loved instead of used.”

Scarlett’s Curated Collections gets its name from “Gone with the Wind.” Both Scarlet O’Hara, the main character from “Gone with the Wind,”and Prerna O’Hara share the same last name. As a way to honor one of her favorite movies, O’Hara named her store after Scarlet.

Scarlett’s Curated Collections’ store hours are 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. every Tuesday through Sunday.

Back Alley Wine Bar Grand Opening Set for March 24

No wine snobbery is allowed said Back Alley Wine Bar owner Sherri Shaw.

Back Alley Wine Bar is having its grand opening from 12-6 p.m. March 24 event will have live music and treats from Grandma’s Bakery, Shaw says.

The main focus of the opening is Arizona wines, but wines from all across the world will be served as well.

“I want to introduce people to Arizona wines,” Shaw said.

Back Alley Wine Bar is located at 156 S. Montezuma St., Suite E, in Prescott.

Lucy Dee’s BBQ could open soon

It is not a firm date yet, said owner Lucy Lucudi, but Lucy Dee’s BBQ is hoping to open mid-May.

The restaurants is still awaiting permit approvals, but besides that, Lucy Dee’s has all its menus ready and equipment ordered.

“Its our 15 restaurant, so we are not newbies to the business,” Lucudi said.

Lucudi will run the restaurant, while her husband is the head contractor on the project.

“Everybody is going to love it,” Lucudi said. “It’s going to have great interior design and great food.”

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