Wondering what’s moving into your neighborhood shopping center? Our weekly Sprouts & Shutters column highlights the latest Tri-Valley restaurant, retail and other business news.
Monster Philly Grill will open soon, replacing on Railroad Avenue next to Tutti Frutti Frozen Yogurt in Danville. New owner Charles Choi says they’re adding cheese steaks to Wizzbangz’s current menu and making a few other menu modifications. The new eatery is set to open next month.
GoSimpleSolar opened a showroom on May 22 in Danville on West Prospect across from the Museum of the San Ramon Valley. "We’re the only Energy Efficiency Store that we know of in the Bay Area,” says Mark Becker, president of GoSimpleSolar. “Customers can come in and see, touch and discuss our USA made solar and energy efficiency products before making a purchasing or leasing decision.”
Revive Upper Cervical Chiropractic opened in May across from Club Sport San Ramon in the Canyon Lakes Shopping Center. Owner Jason Moore, D.C., says his new chiropractic center goes beyond neck and back pain: "We specialize in a natural restoration of body balance and also offer nutritional, holistic health and lifestyle consultations." To see a full list of services, visit ReviveUpperCervical.com.
Opening update: GoldFellow, previewed in an , opened June 12 in San Ramon’s Marketplace shopping center.
Dublin’s on Dublin Boulevard, closed earlier this month. According to the city’s economic development department, 7 Eleven had been eyeing that spot a few months ago but nothing has been confirmed about it taking over.
Blue Fox Indian Cuisine opened a few months ago in Pleasanton’s Hacienda Plaza, replacing Sannidi Indian Cuisine. New owner Rao Thottempudi also owns Pleasanton’s Garlex Pizza and Ribs. You can preview the menu at bluefoxcuisine.com.
Opening Update: , covered earlier this month, opened in its new location on Hopyard Road on June 16. “American Road Trip for Teens,” “Culinary Regions of Italy” and “Saucy Grilling” are just a few of the new classes offered in the cooking store’s expanded Food Studio.
Divine Boutique will be opening soon on S. Livermore next to Casse-Croute Bakery (covered in the last Sprouts). The new Divine Boutique will specialize in “quality clothing, accessories, jewelry and more.”
Patroni Jewelers moved from Railroad Avenue to Stanley Boulevard recently and is now called V. Patroni Jewelers. The new shop, located in the Nob Hill shopping center, repairs, cleans and designs jewelry and also buys gold and silver.
Did you miss Patch's last retail and restaurant roundup? Read about these and more in our last Sprouts & Shutters column:
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