Tweet on Friday, October 17, 2014 8:30 AM, updated: 7:33 AM ADVERTISEMENT HarborCenter doesn't officially open until early November, but restaurants in the facility will begin service by the end of the month. The two-story Tim Hortons will start selling coffee at 5 a.m. Oct. 30, a Thursday. A formal ceremony will be held later in the day with company executives and members of the hockey legend’s family unveiling a new statue of Horton across the street. The coffee shop will be located at the corner of Scott and Main streets. 716 Food & Sport, the two-story sports-themed restaurant at the corner of Scott and Washington streets, will start up on a limited basis the weekend of Oct. 31 to Nov. 2 to support sports events scheduled for the facility that weekend. It should open to the general public for full service by Nov. 7. Read more about the latest with HarborCenter construction and other openings coming soon at the Sabres' $172 million complex.