We were excited there was going to be a revamped and new Pottery Factory built. The old Pottery Factory was way run down and is good to get some cheap picture frames when I need to hang something in the office.
The new building looked great and the space looked huge. Unfortuantely, when you move dirty, musty, old (and I mean 1970's old) merchandise into this new space, it's a huge disappointment. I did like the food area and thought the wines were done well and there were many unique food items I only see in other states or in some cases, other countries. The high of that part of the trip was quickly replaces with the low of the rest of the buildings. The same old stuff just hauled into these nice new spaces really took away from the whole purpose of the new buildings. That old stuff should have been thrown out and new product moved in.
I am sorry to see them do this to themselves.
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