GOLDEN TRIANGLE REGION, MS – Courtesy of the Dispatch and Grant McLaughlin
Sol Y Luna has been renovating the former Logan’s Roadhouse building at 589 18th Ave. N. for some time now. The nascent venue will offer “authentic Mexican cuisine,” and is owned by the folks behind Mi Hacienda. A manager from MH said that, “It shouldn’t be too much longer.”
Local entrepreneur Chris Hannon recently launched Do The 662, a site that seeks to promote area events and other businesses for a reasonable price: “We are doing events of all kinds like Latin music at a local club, Market Street Festival, trivia nights at a local pub,” Hannon said. “We are certainly doing events here in Columbus, Starkville, and West Point but also in places like Senatobia, Fernando and Cleveland too.”
Boardtown Pizza and Pints, 705 University Drive, plans to reopen later this month. They were forced to close due to an electrical fire back in March, but they’re working on getting the doors open again as soon as possible.
Skin care and facial business The Shine Facial Bar is preparing to open their third location soon at 401 University Drive, where Strange Brew used to be. Owner Jonathan Mason said, “We just are much closer to Starkville than we are to Auburn, and we’ve always wanted to be a part of the Starkville community. We’re super excited to basically be moving just an hour and a half down the road.” They plan to open up this Fall.
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