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Wednesday, July 9,2014

New in town

Grace Boutique/Curvaceous Lingerie/Good Truckin' Food

by ALLAN I. ROSS
After five months of work, Summer Schriner’s renovation of Young’s Landing, the building across the street to the north from the neighborhood’s landmark Temple Club building, is finally complete. Schriner is the owner/ operator of Grace Boutique of Old Town, which moved into the space this week.

Grace Boutique is a women’s clothing, handbag, shoe and accessory shop specializing in classic styles.

The Young’s Landing building underwent an internal transformation that involved the removal of a load-bearing wall, as well as the creation of a new storefront for Grace and the new business moving next door, Curvaceous Lingerie. Owner/operator Lauren Long opened Curvaceous as intown a 250-squarefoot space inside The Wedding Bell in Okemos. The move will allow her business to expand to 900 square feet and increase her lingerie and shapewear merchandise lines.

Both businesses will have a grand opening at 5 p.m. Friday with refreshments.

Coming to court
The Lansing food court continues to grow with the addition of Good Truckin’ Food, which moves into the parking lot on the corner of Saginaw and Cedar. It joins Detroit Frankie’s Wood-Fired Pizza on the busy corner. Owner Nick Sinicropi’s menu has sliders tacos, and walking taco salad. Early standouts include the Gotham Burger, the Making Me Crazy Bacon Sammich and the Carolina Pig Sandwich. And get ready to start seeing the new must-have dessert around town: Deep-fried Oreos. (You can practically hear your arteries harden just saying it.) And if driving up and grabbing a quick bite still isn’t fast enough for you, you can call in your order to have it ready for pick up.

Saying goodbye
“Thanks to everybody for 7.5 years of business,” was written on the Facebook wall of Downtown Subs & Salads/ New York Burrito. “Sorry it was so sudden. It was time for us to move on to something new. We are building a organic green house in north Lansing called Eden Industries, so keep an eye open for us. Love and Peace.”

And Love Betti, the antique and vintage shop in Old Town at 100 E. Grand River Ave., also announced it will soon close. Owner Kristin Olson is having a massive sale, with some items as much as 40 percent off. The 1,200-square-foot antique/art shop opened in 2011.

Grace Boutique of Old Town 509 E. Grand River Ave., Lansing 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday- Saturday; noon-5 p.m. Sunday (517) 927-8628, oldtowngrace.com

Curvaceous Lingerie 513 E. Grand River Ave., Lansing 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday- Saturday; noon-5 p.m. Sunday (517) 881-8466, curvaceouslingerie.com

Good Truckin’ Food 500 E. Oakland Ave., Lansing 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday, Wednesday-Friday; 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Tuesday (517) 489-8163, facebook.com/goodtruckinfood

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