Farragut businesses re-open doors

  • The Adorable Child children’s resale shop co-owners Brad Hobbs, left, and Judy Hobbs, right, along with co-workers Nicole Keeton, second from left, and Abi Kooima, second from right. - Tammy Cheek

  • Water Into Wine bistro & lounge crew, from left in front, Daniel Stringer, owner Candace Viox and Farragut Mayor Ron Williams. Back row, from left, are James Scott and Gui Bassy. - Tammy Cheek

  • The Shoppes at Homespun owner Beverly Sellers, left, and associate Kayla Roberts - Tammy Cheek

  • Beverly Kobus, right, of BK Lash and Skin Boutique, and Melissa Phelps, left. - Tammy Cheek

  • Admiral’s Pub owner Andy Fox - Tammy Cheek

  • Smoothie King staff, from left in front, are Kiley Kramer, Katelyn Smith and Savannah Brennan. In back is owner Vaughn Scarbrough. - Tammy Cheek

  • Abuelo’s Mexican restaurant staff, from left, general manager John Volpe, Sarah Wyrick, Matthew Perry, Tori Rocha, Dale Montpelier, Misty Woodward and Barbara Migenes - Tammy Cheek

  • Linda’s Hallmark staff, from left: office manager Joy Sabo, store manager April Moss and merchandising manager Rene Mackley - Tammy Cheek

  • Elite Suites Salon’s Karen Pilkington, seated, and The Thairapy Lounge owner Kayla Ward - Tammy Cheek

  • The Shrimp Dock manager Jeff Shields - Tammy Cheek

Many Farragut businesses re-opened their doors to the public, or were allowed to expand services, Friday, May 1, in light of updated state and Knox County initiatives and guidelines. Farragutpress is highlighting many of them on this page, and in stories in the News and Business sections.

Helping promote the re-openings, Farragut West Knox Chamber of Commerce held Mini Ribbon Cuttings May 1 for Total Hair and Body Medical, Kat’s Lash Lounge & Wax Studio, Water Into Wine bistro & lounge, The Pizza Kitchen and Finn’s Restaurant & Tavern.