All the new things coming to the Fountain Fletcher District

To help you stay in the know, and create your future Fountain Fletcher bucket list, we’re rounding up all of the new things coming to the neighborhood.

The Cavity Factory storefront

With this location, The Cavity Factory hopes to add longer hours, breakfast cookies, delivery/pickup, indoor + outdoor seating, and wholesale.

If you keep up with the Fountain Fletcher District on social media, you may have noticed there are a lot of new businesses coming to the neighborhood — and it’s got us excited.

To help you stay in the know, here’s everything that’s coming soon to the area:

  • The Selene, 1317 Prospect St. | No word on opening date | This sophisticated and simplistic walk-up coffee bar will be attached to OVA Lofts in Fountain Square.
  • Crazy Neighborhood Grill and Bar, 1140 Shelby St. | No word on opening date | This new Fountain Square restaurant is offering a dining experience for the whole family with crazy good, fresh ingredients.
Signage going up on a building with Elf 'n Moon logo

Things are getting real — the sign for Elf ‘n Moon has gone up.

Photo by @elf_n_moon

  • Elf ‘N Moon, 1354 Shelby St. | Opening Saturday, March 23 | This is a local gaming + hobby store with custom game rooms, social gatherings, tournaments, retail, and a book store.
  • The Hometown Apothecary, 1102 Linden St. | No word on opening date | This will be a health + wellness store with a full adaptogen bar and a wide selection of locally-grown CBD, essential oils, maple syrup, and local raw honey.
  • The Cavity Factory, 1354 Shelby St. | Expected in late March | You may know it from its bright pink truck, but this cookie cult is bringing its viral cookies to the former Sage Nail Co. space.
  • Fountain Square Liquor, 949 Virginia Ave. | Expected in a few weeks | The previous Liquor Cabinet got a makeover — expect to see the regular offerings, plus a few new things.
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