Jamestown Market, Deli, Spirits Shop Closes
The brick oven pizza and sub shop and downtown Jamestown convenience store has closed.
Brick City Market and Deli, and its correlating spirits store, is no longer open. The business, which was located at 101 W. Fourth St., had been opened since July 2015.
According to a post on Brick City Market and Deli’s Facebook page Aug. 30, the store thanked all of its customers for their patronage.
“Unfortunately we have to close our doors,” the post states. “We want to apologize that we didn’t get a chance to remodel and change the place, that was our hope and intentions, but circumstances are beyond our control. We will be open from (11 a.m. to 6 p.m.) for about another week, so stop in and get some food for lunch or dinner while it lasts. Thanks again for all your support.”
The owners of the business were Andrew and Amanda Anderson. When the store first opened, the market and deli was located on the corner of Fourth and Cherry streets while the spirits store, which opened a month later in August 2015, was located at 110 W. Third St.
In 2018, the Andersons combined both businesses by moving the spirits business into the Fourth Street location.
The market and deli was known for pizzas and subs named after famous comedians, movies and television shows. For example, one of the store’s signature sandwiches was called “The Lucy,” which contained grilled corned beef, sauerkraut and swiss cheese, which was topped with thousand island dressing and served on a ciabatta bun.
The Andersons are teachers by trade, having taught in Germany and in the Dominican Republic. Since opening the business, the Andersons have also taught in the Bahamas and Ethiopia.
The Andersons could not be reached for comment.