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The parent company of Edible Arrangements has identified Spokane as an ideal market for opening several new brick-and-mortar stores within the next year.
The Timber Creek Grill Buffet is permanently closing in Spokane Valley, the establishment announced Wednesday.
Fans of Sweet Annie’s Artisan Creamery ice cream will be heartened to know that owner Annie Stranger, who previously only sold her ice cream at local farmers markets, soon will be opening a store in Liberty Lake’s River District.
Don’t lick your fingers. That’s what Kentucky Fried Chicken signaled to customers as the company suspended its “It’s Finger Lickin’ Good” tagline after 64 years, deeming it “the most inappropriate slogan for 2020” amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Up to 300 Pizza Hut restaurants will be closed, most of them dine-in locations not well suited for carryout and delivery at a time when millions of people are sheltering and eating at home.
Two North Idaho restaurants owned by local chef and restaurateur Adam Hegsten, and a cidery in Spokane, have shut down after employees or their loved ones tested positive for COVID-19.
It is uncertain what the restaurant scene in Spokane will be like in the near future as coronavirus cases continue to increase in the county. What is known is that restaurants that have reopened are operating under social distancing guidelines such as tables situated at least 6 feet apart, parties of five or less and employees wearing face masks and gloves.
Reports of employees and customers testing positive have caused some restaurants and bars to temporarily close as they await further coronavirus test results. Though the county remains in Phase 2 of reopening, which allows eateries to serve a limited amount of customers, some business owners say the risk isn't worth it.
Chipotle Mexican Grill is opening a new restaurant in North Spokane at the Northpointe Plaza. The restaurant, at 9602 N. Newport Hwy., is slated to open in early 2021 and will be the company's second location in the region.
A historic building in the West Central neighborhood will soon be home to a barbershop, tabletop gaming store and a New Orleans-inspired restaurant.
The Elk Public House and its neighboring restaurants in Spokane's Brown's Addition have dropped their permit application for the road closure.
When you meet and get to know me, I would like to think that your overall impression is a journalist who is upbeat, positive and optimistic. I like to surround myself by people who have similar attributes.
As Spokane area restaurants and bars reopen in the post-pandemic era, it is an opportune time to reflect on takeout during COVID-19 and the to-go orders that will likely continue out of convenience – just not as often.
Arbor Crest Wine Cellars has announced a new Mediterranean-influenced menu for its Cliff House tasting room in partnership with Spokane chef Chad White.
Tomato Street in downtown Spokane is permanently closing because of coronavirus-related uncertainties.
Del Taco, with more than 580 locations across the U.S., is offering 10 of its Value Tacos for only $4.20. Why 10 tacos? Because who can eat just one taco on 4/20?
In last week’s Food section, members of Spokane and the area’s culinary industry shared their pantry essentials and why the items are necessary. Chefs Chad White and Ricky Webster also, unsolicited, shared recipes for their gluten-free meatloaf and sourdough pasta, respectively.
Adhering to social distancing and the stay home, save lives order by Gov. Jay Inslee, but still have, ahem, burning culinary questions? Chef Josh, of no last name, will be live on Facebook Live today from 1-2 p.m. PT to answer cooking-related questions.
I get it – it’s difficult to think about a diet in times like these. Especially one that relies and thrives on the type of shelf-stable commodities that have recently become caloric gold.
Maple Street Bistro on Friday catered lunch to 80 women and children at the Union Grace Mission Crisis Shelter for Women and Children in northeast Spokane.