Need2Know: New Warhammer game store in Prescott; antique shop moves; Prescott Pretzels opens downtown
A store strictly offering products related to Warhammer, a strategic tabletop wargame, has opened in the Depot Market Place, 377 N. Montezuma St., in Prescott.
Conceptualized in the early 1980s, the game is now known worldwide and has stores in many countries. The Prescott location opened on Saturday, April 27, and is the only Warhammer store in northern Arizona.
Matt Buchholtz manages the Prescott store. His primary goal is getting those unfamiliar with the game to start playing it.
“It is a specialized hobby,” Buchholtz said. “This is not for everyone out there, but it is a very welcoming hobby. It’s a great learning environment and really fun to do.”
For more information, call the store at 928-445-0733 or visit www.warhammer.com.
Antique shop moves
So Forth & What Not by Tatianna has moved and is set for a soft opening on Monday, May 13. Previously on North Cortez Street in Prescott for six years, the store is now at 8490 E. Highway 69, Suite B, in Prescott Valley.
The owner, Tonya Howard, said she will continue to carry the same variety of inventory she had at her old location.
For more information, call Howard at 928-771-1711.
If it can go on a soft pretzel or fit in a pretzel bun, then you’ll likely find it at Prescott Pretzels in the Old Firehouse Plaza, 220 W. Goodwin St., Prescott.
The restaurant was opened by Lee and Ricky Foster in December after their careers as deputies with the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office.
“I always said, if I wasn’t a deputy, maybe I’d open a little restaurant,” Lee said.
Every morning, Lee makes fresh pretzel dough and Ricky shapes and bakes it. Their menu includes breakfast pretzel sandwiches, as well as lunch items such as hot dogs and hamburgers.
For more information, call the restaurant at 623-296-3496 or visit www.prescottpretzels.com.
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