Hill’s Restaurant reopens in new building

A longtime favorite neighborhood restaurant is back in business after a kitchen fire forced its closure two years ago.

The reconstruction of Hill’s Restaurant and Lounge at 24 Vista Way in Kennewick was completed Nov. 1.

Operators Nancy Galstad and Roger Pearson invite customers old and new to come experience the modernized space, which retains much of its original character, including a familiar retro sign, which was successfully refurbished.

The single-story, 1,900-square-foot space features a full lounge, countertop and open seating, and an all-new kitchen with new equipment including an exterior walk-in cooler, which were reconfigured for enhanced workflow.

The total cost of the project was $659,000 and overseen by Jared Wendlandt of G2 Construction in Kennewick.

Design West Architects of Kennewick was in charge of design.

CHM Developments LLC of Ketchum, Idaho, owns the building and property.

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