Photos:  Downtown Closings and Relocations

The winter has been full of downtown business shake-ups. In addition to Lexington and Rankin Avenue changes already mentioned in Xpress coverage, Static Age Records and gypsy-themed clothing store Vintage Moon will be relocating further down Lexington Avenue. Art and décor boutique Koi Koi has closed its doors entirely. Several blocks away, well-known restaurants Ed Boudreaux’s Bayou Bar-B-Que and Mo Daddy’s have also closed. 


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3 thoughts on “Photos:  Downtown Closings and Relocations

  1. JackBall

    What a shocker… Lexington Ave. businesses that focus on hippie low-lifes can’t find patrons who can afford their products/services over the long run. I am SHOCKED. Good riddance!

    • bill smith

      Um, ‘low life hippies’ don’t shop at expensive boutiques and fancy restaurants.

      Also, several of the places are merely moving a few doors down on lexington.

      All of this information is in the above article. (you have to read past the headline)

  2. Orbit DVD

    I don’t know what businesses you are referring to Jack but both Static Age and Vintage Moon are moving, not closing.

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