Standing outside the , Sewickley Mayor Brian Jeffe presided over his second ribbon cutting in just two days.
A grand opening for Sidelines took place at noon Friday, a day after a ribbon cuting was held Thursday at on Beaver Street.
On Thursday, Cocothé, a French-inspired shop, owned by Courtney Yatesheld a grand opening party in the shop at 541 Beaver St. The shop sells have gourmet, organic, natural and unique flavors of chocolate, and various kinds of loose leaf teas.
Today, staff stood outside 518 Locust Place alongside owner Bob Miller and executive chef Brad Murray to celebrate the grand opening of the new neighborhood bar, which serves 200 kinds of beer and "bar food with a flair."
Jeffe estimates there have been about in the borough as a in business openings continue to unfold in downtown Sewickley.
Recent ribbon cuttings were also held welcoming the on Beaver Street and on Broad Street.
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