Coming To Clermont: Plato’s Closet, D’Italia Pizzeria & Ristorante, Black Bear Kitchen, Bojangles, Costco And More!

    Plato’s Closet will be coming to Clermont. It opens soon at 240 Citrus Tower Blvd., Suite C in the Citrus Tower Shopping Center near Publix.

    Plato’s Closet buys and sell gently used clothes, shoes, handbags, and accessories for guys and girls in their teens and twenties. They have all the name brands; American Eagle, Free People, Nike, Urban Outfitters, Adidas and lots more up to 70% less than regular retail prices.  Plato’s Closet pays cash for gently used items that are in current style and in great condition. They buy styles for all seasons, all day, every day, with no appointment necessary.


    ORIGINAL GOOMBA’S PIZZA HAS A NEW OWNER, NEW NAME …SAME LOCATION

    New D’Italia Pizzeria & Ristorante is located next to Epic Theaters at Clermont Landing at 2395 S. Hwy 27 Clermont.


    BLACK BEAR COMING SOON TO DOWNTOWN CLERMONT

    Black Bear Kitchen,  located at 756 West Montrose Street, Clermont, will begin welcoming guests very soon. Black Bear’s first location will remain open at 17440 7th Street, Montverde.


     

    Krispy Krunchy Chicken and Auntie Anne’s are open at the  Walmart Supercenter at 1450 Johns Lake Rd., Clermont


    COMING TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14

    COSTCO is scheduled to open in the Plaza Collina Shopping Plaza on November 14, 2023. The Clermont Costco comes complete with a Tire Service Center, Hearing Aid Center, Optical Department, Pharmacy, Gas Station, and Electric Vehicle Charging Stations. 

    To celebrate the opening, Costco is offering a $30 digital shop card with the purchase of a new annual membership enrolled in auto-renewal. For more details, visit costco.com.


    Floor and Decor Now Open in the Plaza Collina 


    BOJANGLES coming to the Plaza Collina Shopping Plaza

    Bojangles Opening Soon:  “Bojangles”, a fast-food chicken chain, will be opening at the corner of Hwy 50 and Plaza Collina Blvd in the Plaza Collina Shopping Center in Clermont.


     
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