Column: Branford Economic Development Updates | Business

Some exciting new changes to downtown Branford will see new faces, new restaurants and new stores. This column will be recurring on BranfordSeven as we follow the city’s economic growth.

A new “speakeasy”, the Cocktail Club 1928, is described as “CT’s first true speakeasy bar and lounge”. Located at 1016 Main (the former Yooki Yama, whose owners will close and open an acupuncture clinic elsewhere), the opening is scheduled for early June, according to the owners. We can’t wait to see them in town!

Separately, the owners of several new restaurants said supply chain issues were delaying the opening of some as planned. International issues also have local impacts, so consider opening dates somewhat flexible.

Archie Mooreswhich has been open for a while now after a long Covid-related delay, has opened its outdoor seating area.

Custom House, a new interior design/retail space, opened earlier this month! For photos from their grand opening celebration, check out their Facebook page here.

The Massimo Salon has completed its move across the street, and it looks amazing!

And pearl wine bar is preparing for its opening, which should take place in May!

We will keep you informed of these openings and have frequent updates on economic development along the coastline, including some restaurant moves, new retail businesses, wholesale clubs and ongoing property developments.

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