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Slice of reality; pizza restaurant to replace downtown grocer

Domino's to set up shop in former TW Foods location.
Photo by Chris Dawson/BayToday.

A well-known downtown grocer that closed at the end of March, will be having a new tenant. 

For nearly 20 years, TW Foods was a downtown North Bay constant. Located in the 100-block of Main Street East — in the space once occupied by Ben's Supermarket —  for many downtown residents and businesses, it was the only grocery store with fresh produce and meat and deli counter for kilometres in each direction.

See related: TW Foods owners hang up chef's coats, close down grocery store

While the grocery store is no more, a sit-down pizza restaurant and take-out business will take over the spot as Domino's Pizza has confirmed it will be taking over the spot. A sign inside the window of the former TW Foods location also confirms that. 

Domino's Pizza also has a takeout location on Lakeshore Drive in North Bay. 

BayToday has reached out to corporate Domino's Pizza to find out when the new pizza restaurant will open. So far they have not given BayToday a timeline when the new Domino's location will open. 

With files from Stu Campaigne/BayToday 

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