Pike Street Market on 207 E. Mills has new hours. The cafe is now open from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Saturdays. Although under new ownership, the eatery serves up many of the same staples including quiche and cream of green chile soup. The owner is also looking for musicians to do acoustic sets. Call 915-545-1010 if interested.
The owners of Tutu’s Burgers are getting ready to bring a neighborhood bar and restaurant to the Upper Valley. Gasoline Ray’s Dive Bar will serve up street food and will be located near North Mesa and Doniphan at 4907 Crossroads. Get updates at facebook.com/GasolineRaysDiveBar.
After almost 40 years of operation in Canutillo, Little Diner has opened its second location in the Lower Valley at 8556 Alameda.
The East Side will get to enjoy The Pizza Joint when they open their third location at 1506 Lee Trevino. Hiring interviews began Jan. 3.
The Green Ingredient has opened an express location inside of Push Fitness West at 6100 Dew.
Juice from the Truck food truck can mostly be found outside of the EP Fitness at 981 N. Resler serving up juices, smoothies and smoothie bowls. Find their menu at facebook.com/JuiceFromTheTruck.
After expanding to the West Side,
Lucy’s Cafe opened another location in the Northeast at 10025 Dyer.
Early last month, Crave opened its fourth location at the Fountains at Farah.
For many years, Pelican’s only opened for dinner service during the week, but now they’re open for lunch at 11 am.