The downtown shoe store 2nd Street Shuz is closing by the end of the month. ItÕs having a going-out-business rack sale.
The store, at 710 Second St., stopped ordering childrenÕs shoes about a year ago, so the move is one to consolidate with its sister store, Shuz of Davis, which offers footwear for women and men. Shuz of Davis is at Second and G streets.
Village Pizza and Grill, a new restaurant being built at Fourth and G streets, will probably open in mid- to late July, according to Azziz Fattahi, owner of the restaurant and Village Bakery.
The bakery, near the train depot on Second Street, will remain open. The new restaurant will feature indoor and outdoor seating, Village Bakery’s famous pizza, grilled specialties, and salads. Some of the dishes will have a Middle Eastern flair, Fattahi said.
LuciÕs Salon has moved next door to a larger space. The beauty shop, now at 212 E St., filled the space last held by Super Suppers.
Luci Seed and her husband Phillip own the salon. Phillip, a general contractor, handled the improvements, which include granite counters.
Balance Point Pilates will take over LuciÕs former spot later this summer. It will be a second studio for the fitness center, allowing for additional classes.
The new Tutti Frutti frozen yogurt shop is scheduled to open in mid- to late-July in Oak Tree Plaza, next to the Nugget Market on Covell Boulevard.
The AT&T Store at 140 F St. has opened. ItÕs between the Hallmark Inn and Sleep Center.
Ñ Wendy Weitzel is a Davis resident. Her column runs occasionally on Sundays, but her Comings & Goings blog at www.davisenterprise.com is frequently updated. If you know about a business coming or going in the area, contact her at [email protected]