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Anthony’s Restaurants will open a second Spokane location on the city’s South Hill this fall, near a new Target store.
The Kirkland-based company said the new location will be called Anthony’s Beach Cafe. It will take the pad building in the development near the new Target, which is due to open in July. (Map shows the “B” pad building on the northwest corner of the development.)
The new Anthony’s eatery will open in October, after hiring about 50 workers, said Lane Hoss, the company’s marketing director.
It will be the company’s 24th property in the Northwest. “It will focus on more casual, relaxed dining, with a lighter menu” than other Anthony’s restaurants, Hoss said. For instance, its traditional restaurants don’t serve fish tacos. The beach cafe will, she said.
“We also see it appealing to families and people who are looking to go out for a spur-of-the-moment meal,” she said.
The restaurant is using about 4,000 square feet in the northwest corner building. It's designed with 106 interior seats and 70 seats for outside dining. It will offer lunch and dinner seven days a week.
The company has a downtown Anthony’s at Spokane Falls which will continue in business
AAA of Spokane moved into its new offices today. It's taking over the building at 1314 S. Grand Blvd., on Spokane’s South Hill.
The travel company is taking over the vacant space last used by Savory.
It will open doors for business on Monday, after closing its previous downtown office, at 1717 W. Fourth Ave. The new location comes with a 10-year lease. The property is owned by an LLC that includes Spokane developer Dave Black.. AAA of Spokane agreed to lease the property nearly one year ago.
AAA of Spokane will host an open house and grand opening May 12-16.
Its two other Spokane locations will continue operating as usual.
AAA of Spokane is relocating its downtown Spokane office to the South Hill, taking the space of the former restaurant Savory, at 1314 S. Grand Blvd.
The move will allow the automobile insurance and travel provider to reach out and provide more convenience to AAA members, said spokeswoman Cassie Devaney. Its main Spokane office, at 1717 W. Fourth Ave., is for sale.
Savory closed earlier this year after opening (in a former video rental store) in 2011.
AAA is taking a 10-year lease from the building owners, an LLC that includes Spokane developer David Black.
The goal is to complete improvements and move in by the end of the year, Devaney said.
AAA will continue to operate its two other offices in Spokane and one in Coeur d’Alene.