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A new sushi and Cajun fusion restaurant, Concept 23, is set to open sometime in March on 23rd Street in Lawrence.
Ramen Bowls, a downtown Lawrence noodle restaurant, will soon enter its third chapter. It’s set to move into a bigger space next month.
About five months after a destructive fire, a North Lawrence shoe repair shop will temporarily move into a building just outside of downtown in East Lawrence.
Fire Canyon Barbeque celebrated a “Grand(ish)” opening on Saturday, offering their style of barbecue brisket, chicken, sides and cocktails at the former Slow Ride Roadhouse in North Lawrence.
Just in time for Small Business Saturday and the beginning of holiday shopping season, Squishington’s Candy is opening at 646 Massachusetts St.
Dirty Dough in west Lawrence is now serving up cookies that wrap around candy, ooze fudge and caramel, and have smaller cookies baked inside of them.
The long-awaited 92Chicken, a Korean-style fried chicken restaurant at Sixth and Wakarusa, is finally open for business.
Lee and K Meisel, owners of Leeway Franks and Leeway Butcher, announced Wednesday plans to close the restaurant but expand the butcher shop.
Blade & Timber Axe Throwing is back open for business in Lawrence, now with six throwing lanes housed in a new downtown location.
Eight months after purchasing longtime Lawrence printing company Allen Press, its new owner announced Tuesday that it is closing the facility at the end of October.
Balhar Choong will open Pizza Palace on Wednesday, just in time for lunch and an unusual dining experience: Indian pizza.
After months of behind-the-scenes toiling, co-owners Brittanie Sinisgalli and Mary Costello are excited to finally open Espurresso Cat Cafe — Lawrence’s very first cat cafe.
When Natalia Leistner saw a need for local medical options that cater to Spanish-speaking community members, she took action.
Carlos Mendez, who owns Fiesta Cancún with his family, said he wanted the new restaurant on Mass Street to reflect his family’s “cultural duality,” highlighting their Mexican heritage and American influence.
Liberty Hall Video on Sunday will close the physical space that currently houses its hundreds of DVD cases, though movie rentals will still be available. The space at the corner of Seventh and Mass will be taken over by a new candy store.