907 Updates August 29, 2022

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Side Street Espresso

We have for thirty and a half years we have opened our doors to friends, locals and travelers and have been immensely rewarded by these associations. At the close of business on Friday, September 30, we will close our doors a final time and Side Street will become part of downtown Anchorage history. The work days during September will be like all past workdays, but not the same: we will be missing customers as we serve them, rejoicing knowing them and grieving not seeing them daily. Plus, we’ll be trying to sell a lot of Side Street stuff including some of George’s past drawings and books. We will close for business on September 30 and will take the month of October to clear out the space for a new occupant. We have a goal of finding ways to continue to give back to the community that has supported us these many years as well as develop other sources of income and stay connected. It is a work in progress, evolving daily. Postings to our facebook page for both Flutters and Side Street will keep you informed. For now please know how we look forward to this transformation and deeply feel how bittersweet it is.
With great gratitude for the thirty plus years,
Deb and George