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Natural Wines and Decadent Sweets Partner Up with Nomadic Eats!

Something delicious is happening here.. 

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If you are a curious local, and someone who enjoys life’s finer things, you will appreciate this update and find it quite the treat.

You may recognize their familiar faces from Bluejay’s Bakery or their neighboring Nest General Store previously tucked in the alleyway off of Palafox Street.

These two lovely ladies have enhanced their offerings and re-branded themselves along with the move over to Gregory Street.

Introducing Green Thumb Wines and Make Ends Sweet, the newest shops to join forces with one of our favorite food trucks, Nomadic Eats.

Your weekly food truck visit will now be met with an elegant indoor cafe offering low-intervention libations and decadent sweet treats.

Justine and Kaitlyn have perfected the space with lush indoor plants and beautifully crafted displays. The wine racks are simple and alluring against the preserved brick interior that makes up the space.

Upon walking in the door, you are met with the mouth-watering aroma of Kaitlyn’s latest sweet creation. Justine’s green thumb shows with her vast array of propagating plants hanging from colorful wine bottles.

Not to mention the big beautiful banana tree, it’s health had me jealous, to say the least.

The girls have gone above and beyond to make the space welcoming for guests to peruse their crafty offerings.

All nestled into a one-stop shop, Green Thumb Wines, Make Ends Sweet, and Nomadic Eats have made a mark on what was already one of my favorite places to be.

The shops are open for business and recently celebrated their coming together with a grand opening party just last week. Catch me with a detailed list of all the wines, treats, and indoor plant knick-knacks that I’ll be buying in the next few weeks.

Drop in for a visit and help us give them a warm welcome to 9 E Gregory St, Pensacola, FL 32502!

Local Pulse Staff Writer & Life Long Fan of Delicious Things, Makenna Curtis

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Makenna Curtis is a Pensacola local with a BIG heart for her hometown. Motherhood, storytelling, helping others, and celebrating the small things in life are just a few of her favorite things. Makenna graduated the University of West Florida with a degree in Communications and Advertising in 2017. Her passion for living life to the fullest and connecting with others makes having a conversation or reading her work easy!