Cole's Fine Foods - Always 100% Gluten Free
Selling fresh gluten free foods, including pizza's , baked goods, crackers , granola, cheese balls and much much more is Cole's Fine Foods, a new business now open in North Spokane.
Cole's Fine Foods even includes products made with Cougar Gold Chesses from Washington State University. The store is located at 521 E. Holland Suite 20.
Noodle Express has, rather un expectantly, closed the doors to their Post Falls location. The location closed due to the chain losing it's lease and slow sales. The location had been in a strip mall at the corner of HWY 41 and Mullan Ave.
The Post Falls Noodle Express is the only local location affected and another location is still open in Hayden in the Prairie Shopping Center at US 95 and Prairie Ave.
Atilano's Mexican Food
Serving up delicious Mexican food, including huge burritos in a fast food type setting is Atilano's who plans to add a new location soon in North Spokane.
Atilano's will take over a building that was last another Mexican restaurant at 802 W. Francis Ave.
Stir Eatery and Lounge
Stir, a restaurant and martini bar in North Spokane at 7115 N. Division has gone out of business.
Custom cakes are available , but is only one part of the business over at the new Lake's Cakes.
Lake's Cakes is a full bakery / cake shop in the Logan neighborhood nearby Gonzaga University. The business also highlights their mason jar cakes, which are individual serving cakes served in none other then a mason jar.
Lake's also sells some coffee drinks. The business can be found at 1718 N. Hamilton Ave.
King Burrito is a new food truck serving large burritos from a nearby a gas station on the western edge of Downtown Spokane ( Corner of Monroe and Third Ave. )
We will have a lot more about them tomorrow as we will post a post directly about this new food truck.
The Library Lounge
Once described as Spokane's Best Kept Secret, The Library Lounge, has closed it's doors for good. The bar had operated near Downtown in the Quality Inn Downtown ( 110 E. 4th Ave. ).
No word what, if anything will replace the space within the highly visible Downtown hotel.