Out with the old; in with the new!
There are some changes coming to 615 SW Main Street, which is located about a block south of Route 66 or Washington Street. Business cycles come and go and bring new ventures with them. The building was recently used as a restaurant, but with the departure of that tenant, owner of the building Andy Sanazaro, Jr. is holding an auction to sell some of the restaurant equipment that the new tenants don’t need.
The new tenants are Matt and Ruth Coblentz who will be opening the Cuba Bakery & Deli. At the last Chamber of Commerce Meeting, Matt said that they hoped to be open by March 15. Recently, we ran into Dave Schroyer who was painting some new signs on the windows. New signage signals some new offerings on the eating scene in Cuba.
It will be nice to have Julie Nixon Krovicka’s interior vintage bakery mural once again on display over filled bakery cases.
We’ll be there to try it out when the doors open and will give you more details and photos of the Cuba Bakery & Deli.
To fully appreciate the history of this building read a previous blog with before and after photos: “Cuba citizen commits to preservation with Cox Complex restoration.”