During 2012, Wrentham got a new cafe on the common, a new funature store on Route 1A, and even a Disney Store at Wrentham Village Premium Outlets.
With the year over, Patch takes one last look at the busineeses that opened during the year. In addition we want to know what you want to see in 2013!
Assume money was no object and the only limit your imagination: what kind of business would you love to see open in Wrentham?
It could be a store you feel would perform well in the city, or a business that would provide a much-needed service. Maybe there's something off-the-wall you've seen work really well in another community.
Whatever it is, share your ideas in the comment section below.
The Terrace Cafe Opens on the Common
Sitting near the corner of Route 1A and 140 in downtown Wrentham, the Terrace Cafe was a welcomed addition to the town. With live music and the ability to sit inside or outside, the restarunt has been a popular spot since opening over the summer.
The New England Artisan Gallery Brings Artisan Furnature to Wrentham
While the former home to Wrentham Antiques was going to be home to an artisan food markt in 2012, a change of plans meant that a furnature galley would be opening in the building.
Run by Chris Parker and Steven Staples, the duo has been featured on PBS' This Old House and also have a gallery in Plainville.
Two New Stores Open at Wrentham Village Premium Outlets
Last fall, the Disney Store and BareMinerals opened stores at Wrentham Village Premium Outlets. The openings added even more variety to the popular mall which attracts shoppers from all over the state and sometimes from abroad.
Tranquil Souls Yoga Opens on Wrentham Common
When Humble Warrior Yoga moved to Walpole, it didn't take long for a new yoga studio to move in. With the opening of Tranquil Souls Yoga, Wrentham still has a place to do yoga and other relaxing exercises.
The Tavern Expands in Size
While the Tavern at Wrentham is not a new business, they did open a new addition in August. The new room has allowed the restaurant to better accommodate live bands and seat more customers.