Posted on Aug 29, 2021 at 10:56 a.m. by West Sider
Courtesy of Janie’s Life Changing Bakery Products.
The baked goods that change Janie’s life is now open at 212 West 80th Street between Broadway and Amsterdam Avenue. The store is part of a remarkable history. Owner Janie Deegan was homeless and addicted to drugs in her mid-twenties before changing her life and starting her bakery business. âI grew up on the Upper West Side and live here now, so moving into that space felt like coming home,â she said. Gothamist. âThursday night I had a bunch of people here to help set up and train the staff and after everyone left at about 11 at night I put on some music and got in. says “this is my oven, I paid for it” and “it is my mop that I mop the floor. He’s far from a homeless junkie. As they say in recovery, it is definitely a “beyond my wildest dreams” moment.
ice cream chain Blue marble opens a second location on the Upper West Side at 2058 Broadway between 70th and 71st Streets, the former home of Le Pif wine bar. Owner Jennie Dundas tells us she expects to open in November. Blue Marble was recently featured in a story from the New York Times on the difficulties of selling high-end ice cream.
little finger show closes its premises at 80th and Broadway on Monday. “We looked at the situation from all angles, but in the end we just couldn’t find a solution to make ends meet given the drastic reduction in business following the pandemic,” said the salon in an email. to customers. The owner said the Pinky on 89th and Broadway will remain open and honor gift cards and reward points there. Thanks to Tina for the tip.
The Apthorp building at 78th and Broadway receives two new tenants. They were identified in a real estate brochure spotted by tipster Upper West Sider.
Local animal trainer Cassidy Ingram dog training opens its first brick and mortar location in the former Successful Vision space (252 West 79th St).
And J’s Cleaner’s opens another location in the former FIKA space at 2211 Broadway).