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Deli-Cious Z's Restaurant
802 South Public Road
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Grand Opening Celebration: Tuesday, May 2; 4:00-7:00pm
Whether you’re craving something for breakfast or lunch, Delicious Z’s has a great selection of delicious meals made fresh! Serving breakfast, lunch, coffee, and house-made donuts and pastries.
The Grand Opening festivities will include food and sweets samples, a raffle benefiting Coal Creek Meals on Wheels, and door prizes. Our staff will be on hand to greet the residents and to join in the festivities.
Black Diamond Restaurant & Taphouse
103 N Public Road Unit C
Opening Day is Saturday, May 6!
This historic building has been lovingly renovated and beautifully preserves Lafayette’s heritage. The restaurant promises to be a fun, lively, family-oriented restaurant, featuring craft burgers and a variety of local brews and spirits.
Not sure where to park on Old Town?
While we encourage walking and biking into Old Town, there are numerous Public Parking Lots available. Visit the Old Town webpage www.cityoflafayette.com/OldTown or download the map directly to your phone.
Boulder Body Wear - Thursday, May 4; 4:00pm
2850 Arapahoe Rd., #104
Boulder Body Wear offers dancewear, lifestyle/activewear, and fashion. These three product lines are carefully selected to meet the needs of consumers who range in ages, interests, and fitness levels, but who want to shop locally while feeling and looking great.
Just Dandy - Thursday, May 11; 4:30pm
103 N. Public Rd., Unit A
Just Dandy hosts a variety of home decor, unique furnishings, accessories, fragrances, gifts & more!
OTHER NEW BUSINESSES
275 Waneka Parkway, #4
Specializing in high-quality, professional repair and restoration for all types of outdoor gear: backpacks, sports bags, tents, camping equipment, down jackets, down sleeping bags, leather gear, and ski equipment.
EDX Crossfit Lafayette
776 W. Baseline Rd. Unit B
Cross fit, sports therapy, training, small group classes
INVEST IN LAFAYETTE
Invest in Lafayette is the city's "shop local" educational program, designed to keep tax dollars in town by encouraging shoppers to stay local.
When residents (and visitors) shop in Lafayette, sales tax dollars are "invested" to help pay for parks and open space, police officers, streets, library, recreation, and other important government services.
Follow the Invest in Lafayette Facebook page to stay on top of shopping locally and keep up to date on Lafayette businesses.
So go ahead - strengthen your community and shop Lafayette first!