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Former Daiquiri Factory owner sues city of Spokane from his jail cell

Following a trail of legal losses dating to 2014 when he became notorious for naming a drink Date Grape Koolaid, the former owner of the Daiquiri Factory in downtown Spokane has filed a hand-written federal lawsuit against the City of Spokane from his cell in the Spokane County Jail.

Former Daiquiri Factory bar owner admits to debit card theft

Jamie Pendleton, who sparked controversy with his “Date Grape Kool-Aid” drink at his downtown Spokane bar and violated federal trademark law for using Gonzaga University’s bulldog mascot in bar promotions, has admitted using a Post Falls man’s debit card to steal almost $1,000. Pendleton, 42, pleaded guilty Tuesday to felony grand theft. He will be sentenced May 24 in 1st District Court for Idaho.

Daiquiri Factory, controversial Spokane bar, gets evicted

Less than five months after opening amid public outcry about one of its drink names, the controversial Daiquiri Factory in downtown Spokane was shuttered Monday morning with assistance from sheriff’s deputies. The bar’s owner, Jamie Pendleton, said in an email the bar would miss the upcoming Hoopfest, but he expected the property on Wall Street to be returned to him following a scheduled hearing next month.

Embattled bar owner gets eviction notice

The landlord of a controversial downtown bar won a victory Wednesday after a judge signed an order evicting the Spokane Downtown Daiquiri Factory from its location on West Main Avenue. The bar’s owner, who also is battling Gonzaga University in a federal trademark case, has vowed to appeal.