Wholesome Foods Neon

Posted on: October 20th, 2009 at 6:17 am by

For those living at the corner of Essex and Stanton Streets, it might be time to draw the blinds.  The suspiciously-branded ES Wholesome Foods now has antiseptic white-neon signage beaming from its corner storefront at 159 Essex.

ES Wholesome Foods

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  • EV Grieve

    I’m waiting for the “some” part of the name to go out! To really confuse people…

    The owner is actually pretty cool. He was born and raised around the corner…