Friday, February 3, 2017

Persnickety Lemon opens on Park Avenue.


Persnickety Lemon, 313 Park Avenue
Persnickety Lemon, a deli and indoor farmer’s market of sorts, has opened at 313 Park Avenue. The operators are Jed and Jennifer Campbell, who own the building.

In addition to selling artisanal breads and baked items from small businesses such as Blue Spoon Kitchen, Iona Juice and Wellness, and Grain Revival, it offers the use of a commercial-grade, health department-approved kitchen for people such as Jodi Fohs, whose Josephine’s Fresh Salsa has been a sell-out item at the Farmers’ Market. Renting the kitchen gives her a place to make her salsa, and the store is a place where she can sell it in the months the Farmers Market isn’t going.

Customers can take their snacks downstairs, which has been remodeled and has the space for small clubs and social organizations.

The Campbells had a soft opening on Tuesday and are planning a grand opening at a later date. To find out more, visit their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/ThePersnicketyLemon313ParkAve.

6 comments:

  1. Hi Paul. It was nice to speak with you the day you came to our fine establishment although you did not seem to remember me or my pet food in your piece. I'm thinking because you mentioned you did not have a pet that homecooked pet food for sale at an artisan deli might have skipped your mind although I do recall giving you my name and telling you that it saved my dogs life but no matter. I'm happy to mention Homecooked Pet Foods (featuring original and vegan recipes) on your blog. Kind Regards, Amy Ziegler

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  3. Yay! Glad to have you in our downtown! And we look forward to doing business with you!

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  5. So awesome. My congrats!
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