Shreveport Welcomes New Businesses on Lake Street
New businesses opened their doors on Lake Street in Shreveport last week in a block party celebration.
The 400 block of Lake Street welcomed a handful of new businesses that opened last Thursday. iArchitecture, Vintage Design Group, The Agora Borealis, Good Granoly and Nicole Spikes Photography all celebrated opening their doors.
The block closed down for a Cirque de Lake party that included food trucks, live music, street performers and more.
I love that the SBC is a booming place for local businesses. There ain't nothing better than buying local.
iArchitecture has worked on countless projects across Louisiana. Locally, they transformed Rhino Coffee from an empty space to a warm and inviting local coffee house. Their new location on Lake Street even has a slide in the middle of it.
Vintage Design Group has also done their fair share of projects in Louisiana. They will take you through every phase of your project from design to final construction.
The Agora Borealis brings quality, handmade, local art and goods to the SBC. In addition, they have brought our city its first Local Artisan Marketplace. Most items are made from re-used or recycled materials.
Good Granoly is an extension of Aidan's Place Granola. The restaurant features handmade batches for granola to south the health-nut soul. Bowls feature quality, home-creafted flavored granola topped with fruit and nuts
Nicole Spikes Photography specializes in maternity, newborn and children. They will do family portraits as well. Offering studio and location shoots.