.. And we're serving so many delicious vegan pumpkin things
|Oct 1||Public post|
Welcome to Humani-T’s new newsletter. We’ll be using Substack to send you e-mails about the latest at Humani-T. Don’t worry, we’re not going to blast your inbox or anything, just a monthly(ish) e-mail that keeps you in the loop about the epic things we’re churning out of our gelato machine, bakery, espresso machine, and coffee roaster.
You may have heard, there is a crane that’s fallen. The fallen crane, in turn, has affected several local business and residents. Some have been evacuated. Businesses have been shutdown for safety reasons.
Our South Park location is one of two shops in the Trillium building who’ve been allowed to stay open during the disaster. But, because access from Spring Garden Road is closed, many people can’t access our cafe, which makes things difficult. Below is a social media post (which, admittedly, you may have seen), which explains our situation:
TL;DR: We’re open, and we’re struggling to pull through due to the limited sidewalk access.
So, what can you do? Please come by! We’re still serving your favourite things! If you’re confused about how to access us, the Spring Garden Business Association put out a video which shows how you get to us through Brenton Street:
If you can’t make it in physically, please call either location and place your vegan pumpkin pie orders, or vegan pumpkin pie gelato cake orders. You can also purchase the vegan pumpkin pies at Pete’s Dresden.
Humani-T South Park: 902 425 9535
Humani-T Hydrostone: 902 454 5454
Thanks for all your support and love!