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Candy and hookah shop coming to 25th Street

The TOBACCO SHOP at 1110 North 25th Street appears close to opening, with shelves stocked with selection of hookahs and candy.

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Michael Hild
Michael Hild
3 years ago

Must be the same guy who just opened an identical shop on Hull St. SMH

Jen Jimenez
Jen Jimenez
2020 years ago

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Amy George
Amy George
2020 years ago

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Fran Johnson
Fran Johnson
2020 years ago

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Nathan Moore
Nathan Moore
2020 years ago

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Chris
Chris
3 years ago

Didn’t think Hookahs were that popular.

Roy S Drake Jr
Roy S Drake Jr
2020 years ago

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Elizabeth Doyas Steen
Elizabeth Doyas Steen
3 years ago

Okay?

Kiera Rooker
Kiera Rooker
3 years ago

this feels like an incorrect combination

WarGibFA
WarGibFA
3 years ago

Hm. If the few people who were smoking one of those things up at Libby Hill park a few days ago are anything to go by, there’s definitely a demand for this…

Vicky Carwile
Vicky Carwile
2020 years ago

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Kathi Sanders
Kathi Sanders
3 years ago

Because candy and hookahs go together like … ?

Scott Tilghman
Scott Tilghman
3 years ago

never had the munchies after using a hookah?

Brett Eastman
Brett Eastman
3 years ago

Hookah’d on Sugar. "A neighborhood habit shop."

Steven Summerville
Steven Summerville
2020 years ago

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Kamehameha Yancey
Kamehameha Yancey
2020 years ago

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Kay9
Kay9
3 years ago

Hookas and candy on 25th Street….the more things change, the more they stay the same.

Wow
Wow
3 years ago

Drug paraphernalia for sale in the ghetto. At least they know their market. Makes much more sense than $8.00 hot dogs. This should go well.

Victoria McGovern
Victoria McGovern
3 years ago

Why?

John Chilton
John Chilton
3 years ago

Come for the candy. Stay for the hookah. Sarcasm aside, is it specialty candy from overseas?

Tina Koogler
Tina Koogler
2020 years ago

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Gretta
Gretta
3 years ago

Ugh – that block really doesn’t need a head shop. Two thumbs WAY DOWN

Chris Lumpkin
Chris Lumpkin
2020 years ago

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Bill Hartsock
Bill Hartsock
3 years ago

Really?

CJ Walker
CJ Walker
3 years ago

Not quite, you need to have alcohol and lotto tickets to add that "special" touch

Katie Vogelpohl
Katie Vogelpohl
2020 years ago

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Iesha Adu-Darko
Iesha Adu-Darko
2020 years ago

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Bonnie Phillips
Bonnie Phillips
3 years ago

Will candy cigarettes be available next to the Nik-L-Nips? Nice Combo

Tammie Lyle
Tammie Lyle
3 years ago

Not Good or Needed

Bonnie Phillips
Bonnie Phillips
2020 years ago

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Don O'Keefe
Don O'Keefe
3 years ago

Good combo. Hookah tobacco already comes in a variety of candy-like flavors, so this is a natural extension.

They’ll probably add more items as they improvise their way along. Support local business, y’all.

Debra Miller
Debra Miller
3 years ago

Oh please, it’s a bong and candy shop, pathetic. Church Hill does not need this.

Teresa Nieding Carrel
Teresa Nieding Carrel
3 years ago

Because THATS what that area needs….

Brandon R'lyeh
Brandon R'lyeh
3 years ago

"Special" how, CJ?

WarGibFA
WarGibFA
3 years ago

@#19- there’s generally diffaerence between what the area -needs-, and what businesses it can actually sustain. Kind of like the boutiques that keep popping up in Shockoe Bottom.. I’ve been to at least 3 different ones in the last 2 years that didn’t last a year. (Though, one might’ve been a consignment shop). And now there’s a new one near 17th street, on Main.

Yeah, it would be great to have the diversity of shopping that Carytown offers, but there the walking traffic/income to support that.

Alicia Harrison
Alicia Harrison
2020 years ago

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Chris
Chris
3 years ago

Hookahs, candy and blunts. Am I missing anything else?

WarGibFA
WarGibFA
3 years ago

*Difference. *There is no walking traffic.

… Apologies, not quite sure where my English skills went, with that post.

Maja
Maja
3 years ago

How about a betting place where we’d bet how long shops remain open and solvent around here.

Lane Jennison
Lane Jennison
3 years ago

meh… i question the economics of the business model since I don’t see any sweetass tshirts and posters for sale in there

Kay9
Kay9
3 years ago

@Maja…you stole that thought right from my head. Why complain about it…it’ll be gone in 6 months.

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