Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Some chain restaurants close local locations + other news

While there is more restaurant's opening in Spokane then closing right now, there are still sadly a few closing down. Here is what's happening-

Quizno's closes in Airway Heights

At one time Quizno's Subs had several locations all over the Spokane / Coeur d' Alene area. But, all that remains is the location inside Spokane International Airport after the Airway Heights location has now gone out of business. That location was at 10408 W. US Hwy 2, near Wal-Mart , no mention of why this location closed.

Costa Vida " moves " it's Lincoln Heights location

Costa Vida has closed down their location at the Lincoln Heights shopping center at 2915 E. 29th. Costa Vida however claims they actually just moved this location to their new location in Spokane Valley. The new Valley Costa Vida will be at 10 N. Sullivan, in the same plaza as Petco by Sprague & Sullivan.

Costa Vida also recently opened a new location in North Spokane at 9412 N. Newport Hwy.

Reports say Papa John's has closed on the South Hill

We're hearing the Papa John's location at 2926 S. Regal has been abruptly shut down. No word on the reason or if they plan to re-open at some point.

All other Spokane area Papa John's Pizza locations are still open for business, including their newly opened location at 180 W. Hayden Ave. in Hayden.

But...

Don't worry about the Spokane area loosing restaurants as in addition to the new restaurants mentioned in our post last week we're learning of a few more. Looks like Thai Bamboo will be building an all new location on the South Hill to replace an older smaller location, Pizza Pipeline is moving one of their locations in North Spokane and Dutch Bros. says they are opening another new location with our info pointing towards another Spokane Valley location.

Also, keep an eye on this site as I have some more info on Cascadia Public House and hope to have info on a new coffee shop now open in the Northtown Office Building soon.

Tips welcome...

We always welcome your tips on all new and closing local business. Contact me anytime at inlandbusiness@yahoo.com

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