We are now five-plus months after the storm and we are slowly getting back to a resemblance of what some things looked like per-hurricane Michael.
One particular type of business locals are very happy to see opening back up are more restaurants.
That’s once again the focus on this weeks open for biz. Sponsored by Ged Lawyers.
Food, food and more food. Locals are quite happy to see an influx of restaurants re-opening their doors.
Let’s start with Victoria’s Last Bite in Lynn Haven. Victoria’s offers up breakfast and lunch Tuesday thru Saturday.
They specialize in soups, sandwiches and salads, but don’t forget to pick up a Truffle while your there and maybe a pound of their homemade Chicken Salad.
Victoria’s Last Bite is located one block off HWY 77 at 827 Florida Avenue in Lynn Haven.
If your feeling like Italian. 40th Street Pizza and More has moved from Parker to the Home Depot shopping center on 23rd street.
40th Street Pizza has an abundance of pizza options including traditional cheese and pepperoni as well as specialty pizzas like steak and potato and The Gyro. If pizza isn’t your flavor maybe some spaghetti and meatballs will do. They open at 10:00 a.m. Every day.
The long-awaited reopening of the 23rd street Chick-fil-a restaurant is near.
The original Chick-fil-a at Stanford station caught fire a couple of years ago. Then the hurricane stopped the rebuilding. Now, after months of waiting, the new store will reopen April 3rd.
If you are in one of the counties affected by Michael and you are getting a business back up and running or have plans to open in the future. Please let us know so we can help you get the word out.
Just send an email to email@example.com or go to mypanhandle.com and click on Open For Biz under the market place tab and submit your business information.