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Sunnyside Smoke Shop to Open

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Aug. 19, 2011 Staff Report

A Sunnyside convenience store is scheduled to open this weekend on 43rd Ave.

Sunnyside Smoke Shop, which is owned by Riaz Almuwallad, will be selling the typical fare–from cigarettes, cigars, newspapers, beer, milk and lotto tickets.

The store is located 43-26 43rd Ave., and was formerly tenanted Quest Realty.

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Aileen, I don’t know, a take out restaurant like the store right next to it? Either way, that entire block is an eyesore- one smoke shop won’t change anything.

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43rd@43rd

Gnan – hypocrite – you’re moaning and groaning about our comments. Why don’t you go out and smell the roses and let us express our freedom of speech?

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sunnysider

gnan I like your refreshing attitude. welcome to the site. another store that is filled lets hope it stays that way. We all need to shop our stores where it is a bid or not. Bid does not come down this far but conelly is working on a bid not sure if is down this far or just for woodside area. So I could be wrong.

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gnan

moan and groan;thats all u guys ever do on this site.why dont u get out and smell the roses!!!!:)

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43rd@43rd

Pros: Nice clean sign. Not on my block, nor directly across from where I live. One less empty store.

Cons: everything else.

This store replaced the realtor that went under. At least try and make it an elegant smoke shop rather than just another bodega.

Overall sentiment on this shop opening: sad.

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