Regrettably, the shop will remain closed this week as I recover from an outpatient heart procedure. I’ll be fine, but I need to take it easy for a few days while the incisions heal and I get my strength back. I’ll reopen for curbside service next Wednesday, Sept. 3. Please don’t hesitate to place orders online. Just know it will be next week before they can be filled. Thanks for your continued support and understanding. — Steve

The pandemic shows no sign of letting up and Fayetteville and Washington County record  more significantly cases every day, I have locked the store down but offer curbside service for local customers and online service and shipping to anyone who wishes it. Shipping rates apply. 

I am recovering from a bi-lateral pulmonary embolism (PE), and should I contract Covid-19, it would be very serious, indeed. So while other businesses are opening up, I will continue to operate conservatively with curbside service and shipped orders only for the time being. 

I ask that you place your order online, send a shopping list via e-mail, or call the shop. I’m happy to process your card at the shop, and cash is ok. I also ask that you wear a mask. I will not personally wait on anyone not wearing one. It’s also the law in Fayetteville, now.  Because of my illness, I’ve had to cut the store hours. I’m now open from 11 a.m.—5 p.m. Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday; 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday. Closed Sunday, Monday and Tuesday.