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Taste Cafe and Fine Art plans move

The flavorful and warming red pepper and Gouda – earthy, smoky, sweet, salty – is one of the signature offerings at Taste Cafe and Fine Art, and it’s a combination customers don’t usually find elsewhere. (Adriana Janovich / The Spokesman-Review)
The flavorful and warming red pepper and Gouda – earthy, smoky, sweet, salty – is one of the signature offerings at Taste Cafe and Fine Art, and it’s a combination customers don’t usually find elsewhere. (Adriana Janovich / The Spokesman-Review)

Taste Cafe and Fine Art has closed its South Howard Street location in downtown Spokane.

But fans of its soups, salads, sandwiches and cookies shouldn’t fear. The closure is temporary. The popular cafe plans to move to another spot in downtown Spokane this fall.

Taste Cafe and Fine Art closed July 27, announcing its hiatus on Facebook.

Two days later, the cafe posted, “We are delighted to announce that we are moving to a new location in the center of downtown and plan to re-open in the fall.”

Taste Cafe and Fine Art was previously located at 180 S. Howard St.

On the web: tastecafeandfineart.com.

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