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CAEDC Welcomes New Businesses to Cumberland Valley

During the second quarter of 2023, Cumberland Area Economic Development Corporation (CAEDC) saw several new businesses opening in Cumberland Valley. The diverse mix of both local and chain businesses indicates the ongoing economic progress in the region and affirms why Cumberland Valley is a great place to live, work, and play.

April

Central Wedge Cheese Shop (25 W. High St., Carlisle): Features Pennsylvania-made cheese, house-made frozen meals, and local specialty foods.

Crumbl Cookies (6416 Carlisle Pike, Mechanicsburg): Features a weekly rotating menu with unique cookie flavors made fresh daily.

Gallo’ry on Market (2010 Market St., Camp Hill): Showcases a collection of original artwork from various talented artists.

Revolutionary Hot Sauce Eatery & Brewpub (30 S. Market St., Mechanicsburg): The menu at this American gastropub incorporates items that feature a line of Revolutionary Hot Sauces and spices.

Playa Bowls (3544 Gettysburg Rd., Camp Hill): Using the freshest ingredients, Playa Bowls serves açaí bowls, pitaya bowls, coconut bowls, chia, oatmeal, smoothies, juices & more! This is the franchise’s second location in Cumberland Valley. The first opened in downtown Carlise in 2021.

Nothing Bundt Cakes (3548 Gettysburg Rd., Camp Hill): Small handcrafted Bundt cakes crowned with signature cream cheese frosting.

KMJ Diner (487 E. King St., Shippensburg): Features an extensive menu with a variety of diner food, including all-day breakfast.

May

Aura Modern Mediterranean (4434 Carlisle Pike, Camp Hill): A casual-upscale, full-service restaurant with a modern take on classic Mediterranean cuisine.

Nonna Ilva (204 N. Hanover St., Carlisle): The owners expand their stand at the Broad Street Market in Harrisburg with a restaurant in downtown Carlisle offering authentic Italian cuisine.

Pleasant View Antiques (1 Parsonage St., Newville): Antique shop in historic Herron Cottage, a 163-year-old home once visited by President Grant.

Urban Churn Craft Creamery, Carlisle (258 Westminster Dr., Carlisle): Churns unique ice cream flavors in small batches. Urban Churn also has locations in Harrisburg and Mechanicsburg.

Inkredible Krave Jamaican Restaurant (1104 Carlisle Rd., Camp Hill): This casual restaurant serves Jamaican specialties.

Little Mexico Tacos (814 Newville Rd., Carlisle): Roadside food stand with outdoor seating featuring corn tortilla tacos, steak fries, and more.

June

Creative Grounds (36 W. Main St., Mechanicsburg): A unique venue offering studio space for artists and rentals for events and workshops. Located on the second floor above Denim Coffee.

Denim Coffee (36 W. Main St., Mechanicsburg): This specialty coffee shop in downtown Mechanicsburg features a full espresso & specialty coffee menu, breakfast sandwiches, smoothies, baked goods, and more. This is Denim’s fifth location.

The Ashanti Collection (3441 Simpson Ferry Rd., Camp Hill):  Sells homemade, mouthwatering skincare products including body butters, lotions, oils, mists, and washes, and more.

Clean Eatz (3546 Gettysburg Rd., Camp Hill): A healthy food restaurant featuring fresh made-to-order food, grab-n-go meals, a weekly fresh meal plan, and more.

Get Smok’d BBQ (1104 Carlisle Pike, Camp Hill): Serves homemade BBQ, sauces, spice rubs, and sides. The BBQ is cooked using an authentic meat smoker fueled by Applewood chips.

Charm Thai Cuisine (324 Market St., Lemoyne): This casual BYOB restaurant serves authentic Thai cuisine.

Monterrey Tacos (29 E. King St., Shippensburg): Located in downtown Shippensburg, the menu features authentic Mexican dishes and sides.

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