SUISUN CITY — Sunset Center welcomed two new businesses recently, and they are neighbors.
The Loved Straight & The Edge Thrift Store now occupy the 1,800-square-foot space that was once home to a fish-and-chips eatery. Hours are 10 a.m to 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday.
A boutique is in the front of the store and features items such as purses and jewelry. The donated thrift goods are in the back. They include everything from clothing to household items.
Proceeds and staffing are shared between The Edge Church and Loved Straight, said sales associate Jaye Andersen.
“Being a thrift shopper myself, I was having to go to Fairfield,” she said. “That was crazy. We’ve had so many people come and say it’s awesome to have a thrift store in Suisun City.”
Loved Straight is a division of the faith-based organization Life Changing Reality & World Outreach Inc., which is based in Suisun City and focuses on people at risk, according to its website.
Adjacent to the thrift store is Suruki Sushi & Teriyaki, which is open 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily and offers an array of Japanese food, including rice bowls with meat and appetizers. It is the second Suruki in the area. There is also one in Vallejo. Both are owned by Yoshi Suruki.
The businesses are between Subway and the In-Shape fitness center.
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