During these economic times, businesses come and go all the time. Tell us which ones you were sad to see go in the comments section below.
In 2012, Lexington welcomed a few new businesses and bid farewell to a handful of others. Among the new, Revolve, an upscale consignment shop, joined Lexington Center’s lineup of retailers, while Lexington Power Yoga opened on Mass Ave and Vine Brook Tavern brought American cuisine to Waltham Street, just to name a few. Also this year, several businesses shut their doors, including Buca di Beppo and Lexington Video. And, according to signs on its windows, it looks like 344 won’t be far behind them. SO TELL US: What Lexington business(es) were you sad to see close in 2012? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.
Lexington Power Yoga opens today, Oct. 1, in Lexington Center, with Simply Pure Juice as an associated business.
With the opening of Lexington Center’s newest business, the town is actually getting two in the place of one. Lexington Power Yoga opens today, Oct. 1, at 1762 Massachusetts Ave., Suite 204, with an associated organic juicing enterprise called Simply Pure Juice. Heated yoga will be offered in a studio that sits above Ranc’s, a popular ice cream shop, and unheated yoga classes will be in an adjacent area. Three rooms for massage and wellness counseling line the front of the 3,200 square-foot, second story space. The juicing will be done off-site, but customers can order online and pick up their juices and muffins made with pulp in the lobby. Prior to teaming up, co-owners Yolanda Taylor and Jillian McDonough had been independently …