Tryon to celebrate business grand openings, expansions, relocations Nov. 4

Published 12:55 pm Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Welcome the many new businesses opening in downtown Tryon on Friday, Nov. 4 with a grand opening all day and evening in downtown!

New businesses opening

Hoops Antiques and Collectibles (112 N. Trade Street) will be hosting a champagne toast at 6 p.m.

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Black Coffee (15 S. Trade Street)

Tryon Toymakers & Woodcarvers (17 S. Trade Street)

Carolina Confections (17 S. Trade Street)

Mills Mosseller Rug Studio (17 S. Trade Street)

Manna Cabana (17 S. Trade Street)

Tabula Rasa Blanks (90 Pacolet Street) will be hosting a ribbon cutting at 10 a.m., and toast at 7 p.m.

Businesses celebrating new location and expansion:

The Nest Artisan Market: stop by during the grand opening for wine and snacks and check out their new inventory featuring more furniture, lighting and homegoods (relocating to 13 S. Trade Street).

The Book Shelf, featuring a new inventory of quality yarn from the Knitter’s Nest, formerly in downtown Landrum, as well as an expanded used book nook (relocating to 86 N. Trade Street)

La Bouteille is under new ownership and will host their Friday night wine tastings from 5-7 p.m.

Vines of Tryon is celebrating their grand opening under a new name, and 22 years in business in downtown Tryon.

Please support our local businesses! Retailers are staying open until at least 7 p.m. on Fridays to accommodate locals through December. Follow the Tryon Downtown Development Association on Facebook for news and updates.

– article submitted by Jamie Carpenter