Biz Tidbits to end the week (BizBlog)

Posted by DAVE GALLAGHER on January 10, 2014 

 

-- Just Philly, which operated as a mobile cheese steak trailer, is moving into the former Estelle’s Café & Deli space at 4073 Hannegan Road, near the East Bakerview Road intersection. Just Philly will be open for business in that spot on Monday, Jan. 13. Hours will be 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. The trailer still will be available for parties and catering. For more information, call 360-738-8096.

-- A liquor license application was submitted for a new night club at 311 E. Holly St., in the former Stella space. The applicants are Brock Blatter and Sally McColloch, and the proposed name is The Star Club.

-- Peace Arch City Café has applied for a liquor license to sell beer and wine. The café is at 321 H St. in Blaine.

-- Wander Brewing received liquor license approval to operate a microbrewery at 1807 Dean Ave. in Bellingham.

-- Labels Women’s Consignment is celebrating its 10th anniversary with an open house at its two stores on 3927 Northwest Ave. and 2332 James St. The event takes place from 7-9 p.m. Friday, Jan. 24, with refreshments and a drawing for gift certificates.

-- Everybody’s Store on Highway 9 in Van Zandt is now a WiFi hot spot, according to a news release from store owner Jeff Margolis. That area of the county is known for being a tough place to get a signal for Internet access. “We may be the smallest grocery in Whatcom County, but we always aim to be the biggest in service and satisfaction,” Margolis said.

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