Downtown Credo, Pop Parlour and Farmacy coming to North Quarter

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More good news for all you urbanites and city dwellers. Downtown CREDO, the Pop Parlour and Winter Garden's Farmacy will move into the ground floor of the NORA Apartments next month.

The three local outfits will make up the North Quarter Market – which, according to a post on NORA's Facebook page, "combines the downtown lifestyle with our passion for the community."
NORA Apartments
  • NORA Apartments




This will be the fourth pay-what-you-can coffee shop for Downtown Credo (one recently opened inside the Church Street Exchange) and the third outpost for Pop Parlour, billed as the city's only craft popsicle shop.

The Farmacy will bring organic produce, grass-fed beef, raw milk and other organic goods from local farms to the market.



According to local food blogger Scott Joseph, who first reported the story, the market will take over the old Coffee Culture space and will have an outdoor patio with direct access to NORA's clubroom.

Follow NORA on Facebook for additional updates.


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