simple craft company is a cute, aromatic food nook in the beach
Near Gerrard Avenue
\"I just made the oatmeal cake,\" said Fiona brammerzer, the owner . \".
She is not a huge fan but her customers, many of whom are from the United States. K.
Longing for this old
World food you use almost like cookies, even though they look-and smell —like a cookie.
Doing what her customers like and digging into her own passion for food and the local area is all about the shop.
Brammerzer has lived on the beach for 20 years.
She owned a restaurant a few years ago, but raising her daughter alone meant she had to be more creative in her efforts.
She worked in a local coffee shop for many years, wrote a food column and worked as an editorial assistant to a local newspaper.
Last summer, branzel\'s daughter was in her teens and she was ready to do business for herself again.
She thinks she should join the DIY trend.
\"I want people to re-learn a craft,\" says brammerzer . \" He is very diligent himself.
She opened the store in last May.
On an oppressed section of the main street
This is slowly improving with the arrival of new stores
As a workshop space, courses are offered for crochet, knitting, painting and comics.
But the concept has its flaws.
\"Even though people say they want to do this, they don\'t have time when things happen.
At the same time, she found herself not fully engaged in the industry.
\"This is not what I want to do.
\"She kept the name and by the fall, her concept had shifted to consignment of GIF merchandise, starting with some creative work from teachers who taught her.
When busy in December, brammerzer found that the new method did not fall to the ground completely: the consignment was in trouble and she needed to be full.
Time in the store
She kept coffee all the time.
Shopping only on weekends-
Really do it.
At the same time, she realizes that food is her real passion, and in addition, she can build an ordinary customer base with people who keep coming back to buy their favorite items.
In January 2017, she turned around again, keeping only a few gifts and storing more food.
Objective: to introduce as much goods as possible made by local and craftsmen.
Using social media and online advertising, she found some cheap used appliances and put them in the sink.
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The ever-expanding business network connects her with a variety of food lovers;
Some of them live a few blocks away.
She ordered fresh bread from St.
John\'s Bakery brings canned food from canned Manning and other local vendors.
Locals told her that imported Brennan Irish sausages would attract people from far away, so she purchased them.
She has all sorts of gluten. free products.
She began to bake cookies and make dumplings. $9. 95 a dozen)
The traditional British pie ($2. 30 each).
In April, she quit her job as a coffee shop and opened her shop full time.
She is now considering the introduction of fresh produce and continues to expand her products to meet the needs of the locals.
As everyone likes, she still runs a cartoon class for the kids, but the focus is still fresh, local and unique. In this cute (
Bramzell said that the decorations and appliances she used were \"cute by default \")
Corner of fragrant food, localsand-
Some corner of town can find what they want to eat.