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Arabella Park Beer Bar
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Coming along nicely, garage doors are in!
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#12
Opens tomorrow. Check their Facebook page for further deets.
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#13
/\ What is the address of their Facebook page? I searched and found nothing.
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#14
My bad: https://m.facebook.com/arabellaparkbar/
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#15
/\ Thank you Smile
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#16
Honey Bake Shop has a sign in their window saying they've moved. Unfortunately, the new address is on King St South in Kitchener which doesn't exist. No one picked up at the listed number. Does anyone know where they actually relocated to?

Sorry, this was meant to go in the general food thread.


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(12-08-2016, 10:12 AM)jwilliamson Wrote: Honey Bake Shop has a sign in their window saying they've moved. Unfortunately, the new address is on King St South in Kitchener which doesn't exist. No one picked up at the listed number. Does anyone know where they actually relocated to?

Sorry, this was meant to go in the general food thread.



Looks like its King West
https://www.unitybaking.com/password
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#18
Yes, it's the former juice bar just W of Water on King.
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#19
It's vaguely reassuring to know that even people who live in K-W don't understand the local road directions! Wink
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#20
(12-08-2016, 10:46 AM)panamaniac Wrote: It's vaguely reassuring to know that even people who live in K-W don't understand the local road directions! Wink

Cuz streets that go North go East, South goes West. North means South, West mean East....

It's on purpose, it traps people in the city so they give up trying to leave...
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