Magma Avenue: filling with businesses

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  If you have not driven by Magma Avenue recently then you may not have noticed several new businesses that have located on the first few blocks. 

  This past weekend, parking spaces were full and foot traffic increased on Magma Avenue, following the opening of the Bruzzi Vineyard Wine Tasting Room featuring the art of La Paloma Art Gallery on Thursday.  You can stop in and taste Bruzzi Vineyard Wine and also buy bottles or a glass of wine. 

  Tzu Tattoo also quietly opened recently and they offer a variety of tattoo services along with local merchandise designed by Tzu Tattoo artists. 

  Superior Skincare and Berkley Massage and Healing has also reopened following an extended closure due to COVID-19.

  Pamela Peck reports that the housing market in Superior is going well and there are very few houses on the market in Superior.  She can also set you up for a hair cut or stop in to purchase some of her art or homemade face masks.

  Downtown Superior still continues to grow and prosper despite the challenges COVID-19 has presented the community. 

James Bruzzi of Bruzzi’s Vineyard welcomes visitors to the new tasting room in Superior.
Enjoying the weather and wine at the Bruzzi Vineyard Superior Tasting Room.
Enjoying the weather and wine at the Bruzzi Vineyard Superior Tasting Room.

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