Publix has been at it’s current location for nearly 32 years, but will close Saturday night at 9 p.m. for eight months of construction. The new store will be 49,000 square feet.
Harry’s Continental Kitchen and their deli will be open for the entire summer eliminating their usual 1.5 month shut down. The deli will offer more breads and cold cuts. Harry’s Corner Store will be offering more hot items and fresh sandwiches.
The owner of Quik-N-EZ at the site of the former 7-Eleven will be offering produce, Boar’s Head sandwiches, soups, meats and cheeses.
Although we may be temporarily inconvenienced, the new store promises many improvements! The new Publix will have a pharmacy, coffee area, enhanced selections of wines and cheeses, salad bar, soup bar, a Pacific wok station carrying Pan-Asian dishes and a large selection of international foods.