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Wednesday, October 28, 2020  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Manito Tap House set to sell

Patrick McPherson, who opened the restaurant in 2011, is in the process of selling the business to Liz and Curtis Nelson and their partner Todd Phelps.

The Dirt: NNI, Clean Pros, Manito Tap House,

Treatment group relocates office Northwest Neurobehavioral Institute (NNI) has purchased a vacant commercial building at 1303 N. Division St. and will relocate to new offices there.

Pub will open in historic Broadview Dairy

Half-joking, Patrick McPherson says one reason he’s opening a pub downtown is to siphon business and cut the wait times at his popular South Hill hangout, the Manito Tap House. He’s getting ready to open a new gastropub, The Blackbird, in January, using the main floor of the Broadview Dairy building at 922 N. Washington St. The building had been home to Caterina Winery before it was closed. Retailer Bella Cova also operated there until this year.

Century-old building getting efficiency upgrades, more

What will eventually be a $10 million-plus renovation of the 103-year-old Great Northern Building at 802 E. Spokane Falls Blvd. has begun, with crews laying down a new roof and installing windows and doors. Kim Pearman-Gilman, business development director for McKinstry, said the work will get the 52,000-square-foot building buttoned up so a yearlong interior remodeling can get under way once the designs are complete.