As reported on Chow Bella, Gina and Derrick Suarez closed the doors of their coffee house/cafe/art gallery and vacated their space on Grand Avenue this week. Building owners are now looking for new tenants for the main space and artist studios in Paisley Town.
In the next few weeks, Carmody says she will have to renovate the approx. 1500 sq. foot restaurant space, which was stripped by the Paisley Violin owners before they vacated. (Chow Bella also reported that Paisley Violin is moving across the street and will open for October's First Friday.)
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