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Adam Hegsted plans to open Incrediburger this fall in downtown Spokane

Chef and restaurateur Adam Hegsted sits at the bar of Gilded Unicorn in downtown Spokane in this 2015 file photo. (Jesse Tinsley / The Spokesman-Review)
Chef and restaurateur Adam Hegsted sits at the bar of Gilded Unicorn in downtown Spokane in this 2015 file photo. (Jesse Tinsley / The Spokesman-Review)

There’s a new burger joint slated to open in downtown Spokane this fall.

Permits have been filed to build Incrediburger at 909 W. First Ave. in the space that formerly held Dempsey’s Brass Rail.

The bar and night club went out of business in 2011. Developer Jerry Dicker bought the building in 2015.

Chef and restaurateur Adam Hegsted said he plans to put a casual eatery in the first-floor space, which is scheduled for a complete remodel.

The new burger will feature a walk-up counter and serve beer as well as gourmet burgers, Hegsted said.

The plan is to open the new burger joint in the November, he said.

Hegsted also owns or is a partner in Wandering Table, Yards Bruncheon and Gilded Unicorn in Spokane; Farmhouse Kitchen and Silo Bar in Ponderay, Eat Good Cafe in Liberty Lake, Republic Kitchen and Taphouse in Post Falls, and Le Catering, a catering company.

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