Fable Craft Bar, Wine Saloon and Food Joint has opened a full-service restaurant with beer, wine and craft spirits.
The one-story restaurant at 1705 Columbia Park Trail in Richland features a warm, modern industrial exterior and interior with a throwback 1880s bar back.
It has roughly 3,000 square feet of indoor space for 100 seats and about 1,000 square feet of outdoor space for 60 seats.
Fable offers 180-degree views of the river from inside and the large outdoor patio.
Fable’s owner is John Bookwalter of Chapter Two Hospitality, the new parent company of Bookwalter Winery, Fiction and Fable, all in Richland.
The project cost $850,000, not including the land.
Fable adds to the burgeoning independent food and beverage scene with a rare top-notch river location and food and beverage program that can be enjoyed by local patrons and tourists to the area.
Richland’s Hummel Construction is the general contractor.
The architect is Harvey Prickett Owner of Wave Design in Pasco.
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