P.F. Chang’s China Bistro in downtown Spokane will upgrade its patio with $300,000 in work, according to permits issued by the city.
The work will include added bar seating in the patio, a new storefront, a redesign of the patio and exterior and interior cosmetic work.
The owner of the restaurant is listed in the permits as Matt Clark, of Santa Ana, California.
The work will be done by Spokane’s Baker Construction. It was designed by James Lencioni, of Chicago-area Aria Group Architects, which has worked with the restaurant chain on 130 locations for nearly 20 years. Millies Engineering Group, of Munster, Indiana, did the structural engineering.
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