BIZBEAT: Ebony & Vine, Sweet Joe's, and Alpine Ridge Salon

19 Jun 2020 18:16 #1 by CanyonCourier
New restaurant in Conifer offers a bit of everything
Ebony & Vine does it all.

Conifer’s newest restaurant may focus on American Italian food, but its menu boasts a slew of items including seafood dishes, smoked meats, pulled pork macaroni and cheese, and a number of vegan and vegetarian meals.

The restaurant, run by La Cuisine of Evergreen’s Laurie Baumer and Chef Dylan Shively, opened about a month ago. Currently, it’s offering delivery and curbside pickup but plans to open its doors for dine-in customers sometime this summer. Once the restaurant opens, there will be an interactive piano bar and another room with a sports bar.

Sweet Joe’s infused honey for sleep, relief and immunity
Sweet Joe’s offers honey with a twist.

The Evergreen company has been making local raw unfiltered honey infused with vitamins and supplements to help with sleep, aid in relief and improve immunity.

“Honey already a natural antioxidant powerhouse,” said Ben Ervin, co-owner of the business with Dave Peters and Joe Peters, who are also glass artists. “We talk about honey with a purpose. It’s kind of a theme of what we produce and what we want the business to grow into.”

Alpine Ridge Salon moves
Alpine Ridge Salon and Day Spa has moved into the former La Cuisine spot on Highway 73 across from Evergreen Library.

Old-timers would know the space as Evergreen Mountain Market or Anderson’s Market, and it is selling retail products while the space is being remodeled for the salon.

Owner Marian Burgess said everything should be up and running by the end of the month.

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