New shops continue to debut at the renovated George Washington Bridge Bus Station Market, which first opened more than two years ago.
Uptown roaster Buunii Coffee, specializing in single-origin Ethiopian beans, just unveiled two locations inside the main terminal on the west side of Broadway (between 178th and 179th Streets): a glassy sit-down cafe close to the building's Fort Washington Avenue entrance and a to-go spot one level down near the A train entrance.
Also new (and steps from the Fort Washington Avenue entrance) are VS Berry, a frozen yogurt shop, and GWB Juice Bar, offering everything from fresh smoothies to Nathan's Famous hot dogs. Shoe-shine spot Dr. Shine just opened on the lower level near the subway entrance.
After a protracted and expensive renovation, the market has been slowly filling its vacant spots (the developer ended up filing for bankruptcy in October).
The terminal on the west side of Broadway also includes Marshalls, Gap Factory store, Fine Fare Supermarket and Spectrum.
The building to the east features Blink Fitness and Citibank. A New York & Company is also scheduled to open, according to signs.