The Spectrum boutique, located in the historic and historic Downtown atlantic, will be the newest store for Phoenix Food Boutique, which announced its opening earlier this month.
The new Phoenix Food boutique will feature a mix of local and imported food from the region and will serve as a showcase for local food.
“This store will be a place where people from across the region can come to explore and experience the local food scene,” Phoenix Food owner Jeffery Davis said in a statement.
“We’re looking forward to working with our partners at Spectrum to offer them a fun, fresh, and authentic experience.”
The new shop will also feature a range of craft beer, wine, and spirits from local breweries and distilleries, along with an assortment of local food items, as well as wine and spirits.
The Phoenix Food store will open in September and will be open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday.
It is a new outlet for the store, which will be located in an industrial building at the corner of Main Street and Main Street.
“Phoenix Food Boutiques is excited to be opening its doors to the community and welcome the Phoenix Food team and the community to its new home,” Spectrum owner Mark Smith said in the announcement.
“The Phoenix Food brand is one of the most beloved brands in our region and we look forward to bringing customers fresh, local, and seasonal products to our customers.”