Your tips needed
Before starting today's new business highlights, I must ask something of the readers of the Inland Northwest Business Watch blog & Hot Off The Blog column for your help. Most likely because of the winter season there seems to be a bit of a lull in new businesses to report on.
If you know of a business that is either new , moving , expanding or closing in the Spokane / Coeur d' Alene area let me know. Any tips are welcome, even if they are for your own business. Tips can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org or posted on the Inland Northwest Business Watch Facebook page at- www.facebook.com/inlandnorthwestbusinesswatch
Peters & Sons
Peters & Sons Flowers & Gifts has relocated to the former location of Cassano's Grocery at 314 E. Sprague Ave. The shop is a long running local business with over 100 years of operation and is a full service florist with a variety of gifts. For more info call 509-624-4151
Chef Adam Hegsted's new restaurant is now open .That restaurant is Yards Bruncheon , which is a diner style eatery with a walk up espresso window. The business is located at 1248 W. Summit Pkwy in Kendall Yards. For more info call 509-290-5952
The Big Dipper
The Big Dipper is not exactly a new business for Spokane but it's reincarnation is. The business has been re-opened as an event center available almost any event and with a commercial kitchen, dance floor and even a full bar.
The Big Dipper is located in Downtown Spokane at 171 S. Washington St. . For more info call 509-863-8098