On weekends, one of the hippest places to shop in SoHo In New York sits at the corner of Broadway and Prince, with street artists to the west, trendy stores all around and an endless stream of tourists and shoppers flowing past on the sidewalk.
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The couple wanted to start a business that reflected their values: a neighborhood shop that purchases top-quality ingredients directly from farmers, makes every pizza by hand and serves great food at affordable prices.
But it doesn’t stop there.
For some months my daughter has been wanting to sell lemonade from a lemonade stand.
Deep down, I probably never actually thought it would happen,” Renda said, but “the ultimate goal is to make it a career.”
Although always interested in the macabre and things that go bump in the night, Renda presented his parents with reams of research and a business plan for his haunted house idea when he was 14.
Breer says, “It turned into a bonanza.” He was soon supplementing his Air Force pension and Social Security with an extra $1,200 to $1,500 a month.
Also this month, a storefront at his new bakery in Montclair, New Jersey, opened to customers.
Since Spoonful’s launch in August, month-over-month growth has been phenomenal.
Its pop-up souvenir shop in a vacant retail space within the Denver Pavilions, for example, features goods exclusively designed in Colorado by local craftspeople, including furniture, paper goods, clothing, jewelry, prints and art.