The Savannah Development and Renewal Authority (SDRA) hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony for Foxy Loxy Print Gallery & Café on Friday, September 9th, at 4:30pm at 1919 Bull Street, between 35th and 36th streets in downtown Savannah.
Representatives from the City of Savannah, Savannah Development and Renewal Authority, Sanitation Outreach and Education Coordinator, Savannah Entrepreneurial Center and Savannah Chamber of Commerce were on hand to welcome Foxy Loxy Print Gallery & Café.
Foxy Loxy Café is a new addition to the growing mid-town emergence of unique, independently and locally owned businesses and restaurants.
Located in the former Pizza Rustica location, Foxy Loxy is poised to become a great neighborhood stop for espresso, craft beer, wine and texmex desserts and snacks.
Artist and adjunct SCAD professor, Jennifer Jenkins, has poured her creative energy into developing a setting to inspire a rich café culture, ideally located across from the public library and Thomas Square, and adjacent to SCAD’s Arnold hall. Come read, think, share and oh yea, buy some stuff!
Foxy Loxy will be open 6 days a week, from 7:00am to 11:00pm Mondays through Saturdays (starting Monday September 12th). Check us out on Facebook or call (912) 401-0543 for more information.
For additional information about this event, please contact us at (912) 651-6973 or firstname.lastname@example.org.