Sweet Frostings adds North Side store
Sweet Frostings, Blissful Bakeshop is adding a second location.
Owners Judy Rozier and Sally Winfrey announced they’ll open a Sweet Frostings at 12501 N. Division St., Suite 3, late this summer.
The bakery is known for its huge daily selection of cupcake flavors – from salted caramel to lemon smoothie. Cakes, pastries, macarons, gelato and other goodies are also served. It opened at 15 S. Washington St. in November 2011.
Reach the bakery at (509) 242-3845. It is open 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday.
Spokane Public Market welcomes SAVORx
The spice doctor is in.
Pete Taylor has opened a retail location for his SAVORx Spice & Flavor Co. at the Spokane Public Market, 24 W. Second Ave.
Taylor, who was the executive chef at Cavanaugh’s Resort at Priest Lake until recently, launched his spice business with a Kickstarter online fundraising campaign in January 2012.
Taylor sells whole and ground spices at the public market and makes custom spice blends for customers that they can buy in different sizes. (He was working on a raspberry chipotle rub during a recent visit.) He’s also hosting spice workshops at the market. Find out more at http://savorx.com or on Facebook.
The Spokane Public Market is open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday through Saturday and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday.
Beer lovers tweetup tonight
Beer connoisseurs will meet and tweet tonight at the Onion Bar & Grill in downtown Spokane.
The restaurant is hosting the meeting from 4 to 6 p.m. for beer lovers who use Twitter. The idea is to give them a place to meet, drink a beer and network with others. The real-life meetings, called tweetups, are organized online among people who have similar interests. Other local tweetups include Spokane Coffee Tweetup (#SpoCT) and Spokane Wine Tweetup (#SpoWT).
Tweets from the meeting will be marked with hashtags #Spokane #BeerUps for those who want to follow the conversation on Twitter.
The Onion Bar & Grill is located at 302 W. Riverside Ave.
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