I'm amazed by how fast the interior of this Starbucks has taken shape.
Tony certainly hopes his present customers will remain loyal, but is well aware that much of his business comes from people passing thru the area.They may go to the familiar Starbucks.Re: Bella Greens. It failed for many reasons, most of which do not apply to Tony. He can run a business, and understands meeting the means and preferences of enough people to stay in business...
They have to pay a penalty if isn't ready on time. BTW, here's the photo of the day:Ah, to be idealist and in one's 20s.I just state over and over: It is isn't about what an area needs. It is about what an area will support.
Sign on door confirms open tomorrow 6-10.
I can't elaborate on my photos yet.
Tony had a sign out side of P & B this morning that said something like, "every time you purchase non-local coffee a baby dies". Or something.
The Village Voice asks: Does the New Crown Heights Starbucks Threaten Small Neighborhood Businesses?http://blogs.villagevoice.com/forkintheroad/2014/10/new_crown_heights_starbucks_threatens_small_businesses.php