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Think about it: LOCAL BUSINESS SHOULD FOSTER COMMUNITY.
A locked facility that sells ONE luxury product will not do that.
It adds nothing of value to the neighborhood, and in fact I think it takes away from it, because it's in a space that could be filled by a badly-needed business staffed by humans and open to all.
Also: if you want kombucha for some reason, YOU CAN MAKE YOUR OWN.
We operate as a not-for profit and we never try to upsell you or offer you expensive training.
In fact, we strive to keep events free and low cost (enough to cover expenses), but we sometimes do fundraisers which cost a little more, and we occasionally we do something really swanky for those who like that stuff.
A hardware store would also do the trick, or really anything that could serve a practical or community-building function and fill some of the gaps on that stretch of Belmont, which boasts very few local businesses you'd have occasion to go to daily.
I'm firmly on #Team Well Stocked Corner Store, but I would gladly have settled for yet another fucking coffee shop with succulents and taxidermy over this monstrosity.
It's an unmanned Kombucha taproom you have to use your credit card to get into. Obviously, this is a microcosm of everything that people complain about w/r/t New Portland. The closest commercial district is out at 34th and Belmont.
Even more annoying, it's on a stretch of Belmont that could really have benefited from a more practical business. I would give anything for a well-stocked corner store near my house.
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