POLL: Which New Business do You Like Best?
Sussex saw several new businesses open in 2011, and Patch is wondering which places have already become favorites.
Editor's Note: This article was updated to include Fitness Revolution.
A number of new businesses opened during 2011 in Sussex, and while each addition brings value to the community, it's likely a favorite or two have surfaced. Have you made up your mind yet? Let us know in the poll below.
Here's a recap of what's opened in 2011:
After Seigo's Japanese Steakhouse filed for bankruptcy, Boneyard Pub & Grille swooped in as Sussex's latest bar & grill-themed restaurant.
The less-than-popular restaurant Hardees closed its doors leaving a vacant building for Rumors Sports Bar & Grill to open. Featuring 25 TVs, this bar must be someone's new favorite business.
Open 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year, this new business really makes it hard to make excuses for not having time to exercise.
Feel like having a few glasses of wine while a real pro teaches you how to paint your own masterpiece? Look no further than Sips n Strokes, a new business that held its grand opening in March.
Originally located in Butler, Kim Magdic took her passion for puppies to a new shop on Main Street in Sussex. Kim held her grand opening in October.
Fitness Revolution is a fitness center, offering training programs geared toward weight loss. Classes offered include Boot Camp programs, which are run in 8 week cycles, Group Personal Training, TRX Suspension Training and Combat Cardio.
If you know of a business we missed, please e-mail Andy.Ambrosius@patch.com and we'll add it! The business must be in Sussex and opened in 2011.