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Here’s The Dirt: Wineries form Marketplace Wine Bar

Wineries form Marketplace Wine Bar

Two area wineries have joined together and opened the Marketplace Wine Bar at 32 W. Second Ave. in downtown Spokane.

The new shop, open Thursday-Saturday, is near the new Spokane Public Market.

It’s the new wine bar for Bridge Press Cellars and Emvy Cellars. Both produce wines at Mountain Dome in Spokane.

Previously the wineries had tasting areas with Grande Ronde Cellars in another downtown building, said Melody Padrta, co-owner of Bridge Press Cellars. The location will offer live music on Fridays.

Antique clock shop opens

Spokane Clock has opened a newly remodeled building at 3140 N. Division St. in Spokane.

The business caters to vintage, electric and antique clock owners interested in repair or restoration of family heirlooms and treasured timepieces.

Owner Nat Williams has been associated with the antique clock industry for more than 30 years.

Spokane Clock has a retail showroom and a repair shop. Its website is SpokaneClock.com. Call (509) 230-6157.

Accounting firm opens

Spokane accountants Peter Martinelli and Melanie Mick have opened an office at the Rock Pointe Tower, 316 W. Boone Ave.

MartinelliMick PLLC is a full-service firm providing audits, reviews and tax services. The two principals previously worked at another Spokane accounting firm before launching the business.

The firm has seven employees and is leasing 2,700 square feet in Rock Pointe Tower.

Jon Jeffreys and Jeff McGougan of NAI Black represented the parties.

     

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