Last year, Crunkleton announced that a new Athens-based home décor and gifts shop would be opening its third location at Stovehouse in its Gaslight Alley. We are excited to share that this Thursday Pimentos will be opening its doors and welcoming Huntsville to visit, browse, and shop its beautiful and curated selections.
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The team behind the popular Kamado Ramen and Oh Crêpe restaurants has decided to introduce a new concept to Stovehouse that will feature traditional Chinese dishes like orange chicken, Mongolian beef, egg rolls, soups, and more. Wok’s Up, a fast-casual Chinese eatery, is slated to open in Q2 2021 in the space between Oh Crêpe and Taqueria El Cazador.
Performance Drone Works (PDW), a company dedicated to developing high-tech, military-grade quadcopters, is joining the family of Stovehouse businesses as its resident technology startup. PDW will open in a 10,000-square-foot office on Governors Drive this Fall.
After 25 years in the corporate world serving as an accountant, Teresa Brodie had to decide what to do next. Keeping her current position would mean moving to St. Louis, Missouri—something she knew she didn’t want. Teresa is an only child and wanted to stay close to her parents in Athens. That’s when she says God stepped in to choose for her. She would leave her desk job behind and purchase a gift shop in Athens, Alabama. That shop was called Pimentos.
Phase two is the creation of the property’s retail hub, Gaslight Alley. This new area will be a new kind of shopping experience in the city. Described as “old-world”, the alley will encompass many retail shops along a cobblestone walkway. (Read more about its aesthetics here.)
We caught up with two of the coming businesses to see what we can expect in the coming months at Gaslight Alley.