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Making old spaces new

When HDG Architecture outgrew its rented quarters, partners Josh Hissong and Armando Hurtado decided it was time to buy their own building in downtown Spokane. They wanted to create interesting …

The Dish: SantaCon returns, Clover expands bakery business and more

Restaurant news roundup

The Dirt: 24 Taps, Burger Lab, Ink to Media

24 Taps to open downtown A former owner of downtown Spokane sports bar Heroes and Legends is reopening a new bar in the same location, at 830 W. Riverside Ave.

Nudo Ramen House brings trendy ramen burger to Spokane

This isn’t your dorm-room ramen. It’s deep bowls brimming with Japanese noodles, barbecued pork, braised bamboo shoots, seaweed and broth topped with bean sprouts and hardboiled eggs. It’s rectangle plates …

Restaurateur-designer Josh Hissong speaks of his success

Post Falls native Josh Hissong likes to quote independent filmmaker Jim Jarmush’s fifth rule of moviemaking, which begins, “Nothing is original.” The irony is that Hissong himself is an original …

Five Mile development will add beer, pizza

A commercial and residential development in north Spokane’s Five Mile area will introduce a new craft brewery and an artisan pizzeria, each operated by Spokane food business veterans. The two …

Spokane man’s remodeling mishap show viewer favorite

Not everyone has what it takes to become an accomplished do-it-yourselfer. It takes a combination of skill, the ability to plan ahead for obstacles such as live wires and water …

Here’s the Dirt: Gonzaga students get new meal option on campus

And the Bulldog shall dine with the Panda. Gonzaga University students will have a new dining choice this fall. Crews were demolishing one-half the interior of Cataldo Hall this week …