Stylist Kathryn Thompson announced the closing of Oak Forest’s Top Knot Salon on Facebook.
“January 25, 2020, will be the last day of Top Knot Salon,” the post read. “I want to thank everyone for the continuous love and support over the last year. It has been a fun ride but the decision has been made to permanently close.”
Thompson said that all of the stylists would be moving to other locations and that Glo Girl will operate inside the salon until the end of January.
In November 2018, Haum Salon’s Joey Cox announced that he had sold Haum Salon to Thompson.
33 1/3 @ Thirtyfourth to start on Phase 2 by fall
Developer Chris Hotze announced online a timeframe for the opening of Phase 2 of his retail complex, called 33 1/3 @ Thirtyfourth, at the corner of 34th Street and Ella Boulevard. Hotze said the one-story, 9,000 square feet space will be ready by the fall of 2020.
“There is a great deal of interest on the corner and the focus has transitioned to a more permanent use that creates a destination and sense of community with a quality retail tenant,” Hotze said in August. “The increased restaurant density and high traffic flow in the area make the corner extremely sought after.”
After-Christmas sale at Threadfare
Threadfare Children’s Boutique, at 3415 Oak Forest Dr., announced its after-Christmas sale. Shop online at www.threadfare.com and in store for 40-75 percent off.
New promotion at Move Yoga
Move Yoga announced its MOVE. INSPIRE. TRANSFORM promotion.
Practitioners can sign up for 10 classes (MOVE), 20 classes (INSPIRE) or 30 classes (TRANSFORM) throughout the month of January. On Jan. 31, yogis and yoginis will receive a surprise from Move for whatever level is completed. A grand prize of 30 days unlimited yoga to keep or gift to a friend will be raffled off for everyone who completes 30 classes.
Stop by the studio at 1355 Judiway St. Suite A-2 to sign up.
Christmas décor 50 percent off at Lucy’s
Nutcrackers, ornaments, nativity scenes, puzzles and more are offered at half-off. Lucy’s Boutiques and Gifts is located at 915 N. Shepherd Dr. Suite F.
Hando now open in Heights
Hand-rolled sushi is now available at Hando, 518 W. 11th St. Jason Andaya, who runs the venture with partners Rishi Patel and Ray Chan, said in March that he wanted to change the perception that going out for sushi has to be an event.
“It can be a quick bite,” said Andaya, whose restaurant doesn’t take reservations.
Hando offers hand rolls, or temaki, which differs from the cut rolls that are often pictured in magazines.
Hando occupies an end cap space in Revive Development’s 5,200 square foot buildout of a former industrial warehouse. The restaurant is 1,200 square feet with a U-shaped bar so patrons can watch chefs prepare sushi in the open.
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