An iconic downtown business isn't going away. It's just going east four blocks. Java on Sherman will still be Java on Sherman, but this spring, owners Lindsay and David Patterson are taking the coffee house and restaurant from 324 to 819 Sherman Ave., site of the former Jonesy's restaurant. An exact opening date hasn't yet been determined. "There's a term called 'critical mass' in the restaurant industry," David Patterson told The Press. "It's where you reach a point where you can't physically move people faster or do the process any better. We've reached that point." "It's a great problem to have," added his wife, Lindsay. "We're basically taking our business and putting it in a bigger and better location where we're going to be able to do exactly what we do, but taking it up a notch on all levels/Mike Patrick, Coeur d'Alene Press. More here. (Coeur d'Alene Press photo: Owners of Java on Sherman David and Lindsay Patterson)
Question: Is this a wise move?