Thursday, June 23, 2016

Please Support Acorn Cafe For Downtown To Really Be Reborn

Downtown Salisbury has been a focus of attention the past few years under the leadership of Mayor Jake Day. While I do see some improvement on weekend evenings, the reality is Downtown is deserted during regular weekday evenings. Acorn Cafe is truly the first step that can bring life back to the Downtown. If people start socializing and spending time hanging out at the cafe, it means more foot traffic which will encourage further business.The place is beautiful and I encourage you to go downtown and try it out. It has beautiful views and supporting it will go a long way in bringing Downtown back to life

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

It will not get better when they build that proposed building in the parking lot across from the library. People do not want to park in the garage. No one wants to go downtown at night on a weekday. Have you seen some of the strange people wandering around. Plus what is there to do? Go to the dentist? Get a haircut or massage? Buy a prom dress? Go to an art gallery that isnt open half the time? Go to a lawyer's office? Go to the library? Basically your only option is to eat and get stupid drunk(please tell me if I'm wrong) There has to be some kind of attraction that is only downtown and no where else in Salisbury to get people interested in going downtown. Otherwise you're just wasting your time.

Anonymous said...

only open till 3pm

Anonymous said...

parking is too inconvenient downtown

Anonymous said...

If Bruce Patterson is still in charge of this revitalization?it will get better.no if, ands ,or buts.

Anonymous said...

There is free parking right next to the Riverview Commons, not to mention the free parking next to the Library which is within walking distance.

I had it today, it was DELICIOUS!

Anonymous said...

I wouldn't support Christine Braughler if it were the last restaurant on earth. I would rather starve.

Anonymous said...

I'd like to see some pictures of the food, as when I've been in the past it was a waste of money. Very tiny portions of cheap meats on some bread. I make a better sandwich at home.

Anonymous said...

I had a chicken panini, with chips, cookie, and a drink for around $10.

I'd pay extra to support a local business.

Anonymous said...

I think it's great to see another promising small business downtown, great location and I hope they do well. I will be trying it this week.

Anonymous said...

Hey 6:30 or should I say, Christine or Nick, quit pumping yourselves up. It looks desperate

Anonymous said...

True don't trust her