Traders said the service was a vital lifeline for the area and flew in the face of arguments to protect public transport while reducing car use.
A new report recommends keeping with plans to cut bays despite local opposition.
The plans, as they stand, were shown to ‘stakeholders’ at a behind-closed-doors design workshop last week.
A tweet from the store read: “We’re extremely delighted to reveal that our @FoppByresRpad store will reopen tomorrow, pop in and say hi.”
Cyclists are unhappy at the absence of segregated cycle lanes within the final proposals for improvements to the public realm along Byres Road now being consulted on.
Cyclists are furious that no segregated cycleway is included with the plans.
The seasonal drive includes a little book of winter promotions to help boost local shopping in the run-up to Christmas.