Plymouth Alive welcomes a new restaurant, a barber shop

Blue Sky Hibachi and F16 Barbershop are the latest additions to the area’s commercial offerings

PLYMOUTH – Two new additions to the business on Main Street in Plymouth will be officially unveiled on Monday, and each Plymouth Alive plant will be inaugurated.

Blue Sky Hibachi, located at 227 E. Main St., and F16 Barbershop at 1 E. Main St. will be welcomed as two of the newest businesses downtown.

Although both businesses were open in the weeks leading up to Monday’s grand opening, the ceremony will serve as a proper reception in the area and a way to allow Plymouth residents and any interested visitors from around the area that Blue Sky and F16 are open for business .

“The city has been very helpful, very supportive of us,” said Blue Sky owner Luke Talenan. “It was such a positive response from the community, we are very grateful.”

In an interview with Times Leader, Tolenan described his restaurant as an express-style restaurant, with an emphasis on takeaway food in line with what most people are used to after the COVID-19 pandemic.

“With the pandemic, more people wanted to be evacuated,” Talenan said. “There really wasn’t a place like that in the area, so I decided it would be a good idea.”

In a few blocks down the street the F16 barber shop has been running for about two weeks now, and according to the stylists, it was a good start. Smooth and modern, the F16 specializes in high quality haircuts and shaving for men.

The Plymouth Alive team will hold both grand opening Monday night at 6pm, starting first with Blue Sky and then moving along Main Street to F16 Barbershop.

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