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Misuta Chows opens pop-up convenience store

Posted at 5:23 PM, Mar 30, 2020

BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) — Misuta Chow's in downtown Buffalo is making shopping for essential items like water, laundry detergent and toilet paper a little easier.

“We were hoping that offering this additional service will just give people additional incentive to come to Misuta Chow's," Owner and Operator of Misuta Chow's Christi Allen said.

On Monday, the restaurant got approval to operate as a pop-up convenience store offering the public items like toothpaste, cat litter, cereal, and so much more.

“You know all the essentials of your daily life so that you can just walk to a community store instead of having to leave your home and trek out to north Buffalo or wherever you shop,” Allen said.

Customers can order these essential items the same way they’d order take out.

“If you call the restaurant, if you go to or if you visit Grubhub, you will have the full options of everything," Allen said. "From our specialty items on our menu that we’re offering to the meal kits, to our Misuta Mart items.”

And all of the items are available for curbside pick up or in-house delivery from 3 p.m. to 10 p.m. everyday.

“We’re just doing our best to provide a community service to the community and do our best to support,” Allen said.