‘Mulberry Market’ Revises Opening Date in Little Italy to Early April
Mulberry Market did not open last month in Little Italy as previously disclosed. Worksite chatter indicates that the launch date was instead pushed back to “early April.”
The new supermarket is apparently a “family business” that is years in the making. It replaces the decades-old MET Food, which was unable to negotiate favorable lease terms and folded in January 2017.
Mulberry Market, presumably with deeper pockets, signed a $750,000 annual lease on the full 10,000 square-feet (split equally between ground and basement) last year. The artisanal supermarket will reportedly sell prepared foods, organic selections, artisanal beer, wine and coffee.
There is an elevator between floors, but no eat-in option as some had speculated.