Several new restaurants came to the city in 2012.
This year brought several new restaurants to Plymouth. From burgers to pancakes, the city added some variety to its list of eateries. Check out the new (or remodeled) restaurants that set up shop in Plymouth in 2012. A new upper casual dining restaurant called the Eat Shop Kitchen and Bar opened in September on County Road 24 off Highway 55 in the old Joe Senser's spot. "We've put a lot of time, effort and funds into making this happen," Owner Michael Larson said. "We have hired some great staff who have been through rigorous training that will produce smart service. They will know about the food." CherryBerry Self-Serve Frozen Yogurt opened for business July 17 near Highway 55 and Vicksburg Lane. For 45 cents an ounce, Plymouth residents…
These DIY Thanksgiving crafts will lend festive fun to your holiday decor in Plymouth.
- THE NEIGHBORHOOD FILES
- Patch Staff
Saturday, November 17, 2012
Before the turkey is in the oven, the dining room table is set and your family is on their way, making Thanksgiving and fall crafts is a fun way to pass the time. Thanksgiving crafts will keep little hands busy and provide family-friendly fall decor to your home. Try any of these crafts to add fun to your Thanksgiving table. Before getting crafty in Plymouth, consider stopping for food supplies at Rainbow or Target. Looking to expand your crafting beyond these projects or for other supplies? Check out North Country Wood Craft, Westminster Mint or Michael's Arts & Craft Store. A visit to the Plymouth Library can yield some books on crafting as well. OREO TURKEY WHAT YOU NEED: 2 Oreo cookies 1 miniature Reeses Peanut Butter Cup 6 candy …