The convenient store has a target opening date set for Nov. 2., and it also will operate as a bakery and cafe.
A&A Eats wants to offer up more than convenience.
The convenient store is opening on Nov. 2 at 94 Dunlawton Ave., and will be owned and managed by Christopher Bailey and mother-daughter team Annabelle and Amber Albanese.
Annabelle said the purpose of the store, which they established on Oct. 1, is to share their hospitality and watch others enjoy what they make.
Customers can grab essentials while at the store, such as eggs, dairy, snacks, wine, beer, but also beach gear, collectibles, artwork and other household items.
Annabelle said they also will operate as a cafe and bakery. In addition to offering breakfast sandwiches, subs, coffee, smoothies and biscuits and gravy, A&A Eats will feature baked goods from Annabelle's baking business, Annabelle's Cookies. Each day, she will feature Italian cookies, pastries, cake and more.
Annabelle was notified by the Department of Agriculture that there is a delay in issuing her food license because of issues with Hurricane Michael, but they intend intend to open Nov. 2 no matter the circumstances.
"We'll be seeing coffee and smoothies, at the very least," she said.