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Incrediburger & Eggs in downtown Spokane closing July 31st

July 22, 2022 Updated Fri., July 22, 2022 at 9:46 p.m.

The Chicken and the Egg at Incrediburger & Eggs.  (Courtesy)
The Chicken and the Egg at Incrediburger & Eggs. (Courtesy)
By Nwannediya Kalu The Spokesman-Review The Spokesman-Review

Incrediburger & Eggs is closing on July 31 after four years of business.

The establishment located at 909 W. 1st Ave. is known for gourmet burgers that can be paired with a sunny side up egg.

The restaurant posted on Facebook “with heavy hearts” that they appreciate customers’ support through the COVID-19 pandemic and staffing issues.

Incrediburger occupied a former night club that went out of business in 2011. Owner Adam Hegsted still operates restaurants like Gilded Unicorn, Baba and The Yards Bruncheon.

The restaurant’s food truck, Increditruck, will still be running with the help of Le Catering Co, located at 2426 N. Discovery Place in Spokane Valley.

If you have any questions, visit Incrediburger’s website, Le Catering Co. can be reached at (509) 720-5412

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