New Beaufort McDonald's about to open

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New Beaufort McDonald's about to open

By ERIN MOODY
emoody@beaufortgazette.com
Published Friday, March 30, 2012   |  498 Words  |  

A two-story McDonald's restaurant with a double drive-through is nearly ready to open in Beaufort.

Owner John McCoy held a VIP breakfast and ribbon-cutting Thursday, and expects to open to customers by the end of next week. Thursday's celebration included presentations of $500 checks to the Whale Branch Early College High School marching band, Battery Creek High School JROTC and Parris Island Young Marines to thank them for performing, he said.

The grand opening celebration is set for April 13.

The restaurant is at 2424 Boundary St. near the intersection with Robert Smalls Parkway. The city is about to begin renovations that will reconfigure that intersection, which will put McDonald's on the corner. Construction could start this summer.

McCoy's project began in August as a renovation, but the old building was demolished in November. McCoy and city planners designed the building to fit the Boundary Street redevelopment plan.

The changes added several months to the project, but McCoy says it was worth the wait.

The building has a modern style and includes flat-screen TVs, free WiFi and a toddler zone.

In other changes about town:

  • Zentner Insurance Services on Lady's Island is moving from 15 Sams Point Road to Newpoint Corners on Monday, according to owner Kenny Zentner.
  • Information: 843-322-0224, www.wesmckenna.com.

  • Tidal Creek Fellowship Church will hold its first services Sunday at its new location at 290 Brickyard Point Road South on Lady's Island. Services will be at 8, 9:30 and 11 a.m. Grand opening celebrations start at 1:30 p.m. today with a children's carnival, followed by a 4 p.m. celebration service and a reception at 5 p.m.
  • Information: 843-524-0565, www.tidalcreek.net.

  • The Der Teufelhund store at 13B Marina Blvd. in Beaufort has opened a new location on Lady's Island, owner Dave Robles said. He will continue to sell military surplus from the main location but will sell antique military items from the Collectors Antique Mall at 102 Sea Island Parkway.
  • Information: 843-521-9017.

  • The Studio Fitness and Nutrition, a wellness center with classes, personal trainers, nutritional consultants and massage therapy, is celebrating its grand opening Friday at 1304 Boundary St. in Beaufort. Classes include spinning, aerobics, yoga, Zumba, kick-boxing, ballroom and shag dancing, and self-defense.
  • Information: 843-379-FITT (3488), www.thestudiofitnessandnutrition.com.

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