The business along Route 286 and its sister store in Penn Hills is closing.
A Plum coffee and pizza shop is closing its doors after three years. The Nowalk Daily Grind on Abers Creek Road along Route 286 no longer will be serving its well-known doughnuts, pizza and coffee. According to the Plum Advance Leader, the Holiday Park Volunteer Fire Department—it owns the property—has terminated the lease of owner Keith Nowalk, a Plum councilman, because he has not been able to pay the $2,600 monthly rent. The Daily Grind is located adjacent to the fire department. A Penn Hills located on Saltsburg Road also will be closing, according to the Advance Leader. For more information, click here. Join Patch for more community news or join us on Facebook and Twitter.
Drop your card in The Patch fish bowl and win a $25 gift card for the Plum cafe.
Have you seen The Patch fish bowl at Cafe Lola in Plum? The cafe at 2384 Golden Mile Highway has graciously allowed Plum-Oakmont Patch to put the aquatic container inside for area workers and residents to drop their business cards–or a slip of paper with a name and e-mail on it–in the bowl for a chance to win a $25 gift certificate. Anyone who wants to enter the contest will agree to have the Plum-Oakmont Patch daily newsletter to be sent to their email inbox every morning. It’s the best way to find out the most important news happening in Plum, Oakmont and Verona. In a few weeks, we'll have a Cafe Lola employee pull one business card, and Patch will award the winner with a $25 gift card to the restaurant. So drop your biz card into the …