When moved to its new location, owner Kevin Watts knew it was time to do something.
“When the gym left, it was like a ghost town,” he said.
Over the past year, the Cornerstone Village shopping center has lost several businesses. , Day After Day Café, and have closed.
According to Watts, traffic in the Liam Avenue strip mall is poor.
“It’s hidden,” he said. “Either I move or shut down.”
Watts believes he offers a unique dining opportunity for Dacula and does not want to close his doors. He hopes his new location in the close to and the soon-to-be-open Menchie’s will result in better visibility and greater business.
“It’ll be a better location,” he said.
Once Sugar Island Jerk relocates, only five businesses -- , , , and -- will remain in Cornerstone Village.
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