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Friday, October 23, 2020  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Dinner celebrates merlot – and other varietals, too

Merlot is the star of Europa’s wine dinner tonight. Well, mostly. The Mostly Merlot Wine Dinner is at 6 p.m. for $55 per person. Courses include grilled sardines with fennel and sparkling rosé from Italy, braised oxtail with wild mushrooms and a red Bordeaux blend, and grilled buffalo with Brussels sprouts and Washington state merlot.

North Side Olive Garden plans fall opening

Olive Garden will open its second Spokane restaurant later this year at 9652 N. Newport Highway, in a new building expected to be finished in September. The 7,400-square foot building will have seating for more than 200 diners, plus a lounge that can seat about 60.

Service Team refurbishes old homes for new use

Construction trainees are transforming the intersection of Riverside Avenue and Cook Street from eyesore into a potential minicampus. Two sagging homes on the southwest corner have been connected, and remodeling continues on space occupied by several AmeriCorps programs, including that of the Spokane Service Team doing the remodeling.