3.02.2015

Saratoga's Broadway is a-changin'

Broadway's downtown is always transforming, but this season, the east side of the street seems to have a lot going on:

Displaying photo.JPGStarting on the north end, Saratoga Saddlery has moved.























Popular coffee shop Uncommon Grounds has been newly renovated, and reopened over the weekend. Displaying IMG_4152.JPGDisplaying IMG_4153.JPG

Just next door, the salsa and spice shop is closed, but still operating online!
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The company posted on Facebook:
With our continued commitment and focus to drive further palette pleasing product innovation- creating even more exciting salsas, sauces, and expanding our nationally recognized Bloody Mare mix products, we will be transforming our business model to focus on distributing our products through online, wholesale, innovative social media channels and special events. Hold on tight and let's make sure we stay connected, because we have some exciting new journeys ahead!!!
To achieve this focus and ensure we meet the goals for this next step of our journey, we will be closing our retail store at 398 Broadway on Feb. 15th.
This has been an extremely difficult decision, to say the least, but we know it is the right decision for Saratoga Salsa & Spice's future. We would like to thank all of our customers for an amazing 10+ years of "foodies with attitude" fun in our shop. This part of our journey is full of so many fond memories and precious friends we have meet along the way. As we move to our next step of the journey, we look forward to continuing to share with our customers a "little bit of attitude" through our online, wholesale and special events channels.
We are so thankful for the opportunities and customer relationships downtown Saratoga Springs has provided us. And most importantly-- we are looking forward to continuing to grow our relationships with our customers and fans.


A little farther south, there's a mysterious sign claiming BEEauTEAful thing are coming to 348 Broadway.
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Artist Frankie Flores' former space is available for lease.
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And on the corner of Broadway and Spring Street, just before the park, local business Hatsational has moved down the street into a larger storefront. Displaying IMG_4158.JPG
Where they are making good use of the window space ...Displaying IMG_4159.JPG

And if you're looking for a job in the hat industry - they're hiring! Displaying IMG_4160.JPG


If you have any news tips about other downtown businesses, please call Lauren Halligan at 518-290-1443.

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