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Tuesday, October 20, 2020  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Happy Hour of the Week: Hops n Drops

Details + don’t miss: The Spokane Valley Mall and Northside locations have the same menus. Bountiful food options are $6.25-$9.50 each during Happy Hour, and there are well drinks ($5.75), domestic beers ($5.25), craft beers ($5.75) and more. Up north, the feast included boneless wings, cheese curds, fish tacos, flatbreads, taquitos and cocktails. Plus reverse Happy Hour!

Sears at Spokane Valley Mall to close by February

When a freezer broke at Jannean Judy’s Hold Your Grounds espresso stand in Spokane, she was able to quickly buy a replacement at Sears that same day, saving more than $500 in frozen food. But buying an appliance at the department store will no longer be an option for Judy, as Sears in the Spokane Valley Mall is slated to close next year by its parent company.

Vaquero’s Mexican Restaurant and Taqueria opening mid-July in Spokane Valley

The owner of Rancho Viejo Mexican Restaurant is opening a new establishment, Vaquero’s Mexican Restaurant and Taqueria in Spokane Valley. Jose Rodriguez is renovating a 6,900-square-foot space at 16208 E. Indiana Ave. for the restaurant, which will share a building with Uplift Church, according to permits filed with the city.

Residential tower and brewery/restaurant combo planned for downtown Spokane’s

Two projects – a new seven-story residential tower, and a brewery and restaurant in adjoining historic buildings – are being developed in downtown Spokane’s west end by the same team of two sets of brothers: Jordan and Joel Tampien, co-owners of 4 Degrees Real Estate, and Matt and Ryan Goodwin.

Jamba Juice coming to Spokane Valley Mall

The Spokane area’s first stand-alone Jamba Juice is coming this November to the Spokane Valley Mall. The Texas-based chain has more than 800 locations nationwide, as well as stores in South Korea, the Philippines, United Arab Emirates, Taiwan and Thailand. The Safeway in Shadle Park, 2507 W. Wellesley Ave., has a Jamba Juice inside the store.