Cumbaa Design Co. is growing in Starkville.
Proprietor Mary Clair Cumbaa explained Starkville basically wanted a property decor and gift store, thus prompting her to open up The Olive Tree at 517 University Drive.
The Olive Tree opened in mid-July and you can halt by 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday via Saturday.
“I work with clientele in the Starkville location through my style and design organization,” Cumbaa reported. “I sensed a need to have for dwelling decor and present items in the Starkville spot and I made the decision to develop my company into a retail avenue.”
The Olive Tree features candles, home furnishings, house accessories, rugs, pillows, women’s apparel and much more. Be absolutely sure to end by Starkville’s newest store for your most recent dwelling upgrades.
Also in Starkville, we have a new vinyl store for all you side-hustling crafters.
A As well as Vinyl, 706 Hwy. 12, opened in early July. It is the company’s fifth site in Mississippi with merchants open up in Ridgeland, Hattiesburg, Flowood and Clinton.
The retail outlet provides warmth transfer and adhesive vinyl, as effectively as T-shirts, license plates, koozies and more.
“We’re the middleman and deliver resources for the crafting group,” Standard Supervisor Lindsey Harper explained. “All of us at A As well as Vinyl are particularly content and energized to be listed here in Starkville. We hope individuals continue to keep us in brain for their next crafting creation.”
Check out the new craft retailer next to Ford Eye Clinic Tuesday by Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
A common Starkville-based mostly restaurant, The place the Meals At, is increasing and has opened its second site.
The seafood and soul cafe officially opened in West Position at 5801 US-45 Alt. in the Mossy Oak Plaza.
Proprietor Shantita Suber announced the restaurant’s growth on Fb.
The Starkville spot will be closed for about a 7 days for renovations and repairs, she reported. Fortunately, people faithful patrons can go to the West Issue location for the similar menu 11:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.
The West Point location will also have two personal regions, a lounge and dining space, that clients can rent for particular functions.
Relocating on, Columbus has a new grocery shop.
Winifred Youthful opened Ted’s Market previously this yr at 1925 2nd Ave. N.
Young stated Ted’s Market is a wholesale retail store that delivers shoepeg corn, okra, purple-hull peas, slabs of ribs, sandwiches, steaks and far more.
“We’re modest but we’re increasing,” Younger reported. “Just halt by and give us a probability.”
She added prospects can also purchase in bulk in advance of time for reunions, get-togethers and additional.
Ted’s Market place is open up Monday by Friday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The news retains on coming. Southern Flour, formerly positioned at the Kroger Plaza in Columbus, is reopening now.
The bakery is now located at 1920 Hwy. 45 N. Its new place, formerly Yo’Bar, presents the bakery about triple the area of its former site.
Be sure to halt by Southern Flour and verify out its new digs, including a new celebration room open up for reservations and cookie and cake decorating classes.
Southern Flour is open up Tuesday by way of Saturday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Previous Dispatch reporter Mary Pollitz writes about enterprise openings and closings, as effectively as other exclusive organization information. Ship strategies to [email protected]