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Rosa Pizza will open its first Spokane location in four weeks

Rosa Pizza owner Brad Barsness said he plans to open his first Spokane pizza place in four to six weeks.

Barsness has operated two pizza take-out-or-deliver places in Cheney and in Airway Heights.

The first Spokane Rosa Pizza is going into 1,300 square feet at 3422 N. Division. 

Barsness said he's considered getting a Spokane location for a while. “I finally decided to take advantage of it,” he said.

The  new shop will be open daily and employ 15 people, he added.

Don Jamieson represented landlord Harlan Douglass and Brian Anderson represented Barsness. Both work with Spokane's NAI Black agency.


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