Young Michael Fleming sounded almost embarrassed as he rang the Guide to thank us for our help in spreading the good word about his fine Greystones shop.
Having hit the ground running here, Fleming’s Gourmet Butchers & Fine Food Store is going to be missed in the town.
Bottom line, says Michael, someone made him an offer he couldn’t refuse. And so, he’s concentrating on his Stepaside outlet.
And what, I hear you cry, is going to be filling that gaping hole in the heart of town? As if you really had to ask.
It’s going to be a coffee shop, and deli, says Michael. Just in case Café Gray or The Eleven Deli directly across the road are too busy. And you’re not willing to walk more than ten steps for your next coffee fix.
Jaysus, between all the organic, free-range, gluten-free mindfulness and the ever-growing mountain of Colombian cocoa powder marching through this town, it’s good to know that we lazy Greystonians can now do something close to nothing at ridiculously fast, and bug-eyed, speeds.
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