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TRIDEC’s Gary A. White, center, stands with Julia Son, left, and Teresa Hung, right, from the Hong Kong Trade Development Council at the 2016 FABREO Expo. (Courtesy TRIDEC)

Turning opportunity into reality for our dynamic food, beverage industry

By Gary A. White Nothing worthwhile happens easily or quickly. But, it does happen. A case in point is TRIDEC’s...
Second Harvest Volunteers

Second Harvest seeks volunteers for sorting, packing foods

In the three years she’s been a volunteer at 2nd Harvest Tri-Cities in Pasco, tons of food have passed through...
Ann's Best Creole

Spicy soul food makes a smooth landing at Richland Airport restaurant

Some like it hot. Others like it soulful. However you prefer your favorite Southern foods, you’ll find it on the...
Kelsey and John Plughoff, owners of Paper Street Brewing Company in Pasco, stand with their daughters, June and Jade. A recent closure allowed them to redecorate and spruce up their brew pub, which features a farm atmosphere that welcomes families.  (Courtesy Paper Street Brewing Company)

New owners relaunch new and improved family-friendly brew pub

For a young couple with two kids, John and Kelsey Plughoff found the dream place to run a business: a...

Boba shops find enthusiastic fans in the Tri-Cities

Tri-Citians should be aware that there is a new wave of bobalicious goodness coming their way soon. Actually, it’s already...
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Networking – March 2023

To submit a promotion, new hire, award or donation, go to: NEW HIRES Sara Schilling joined the Tri-Cities Area...
Porter’s Real Barbecue opened at 9420 N. Newport Highway, Suite 104, in Spokane in February. It has restaurants in Richland, Kennewick and Pasco, and a commissary in Richland. (Courtesy Porter’s Real Barbecue)

A Tri-City favorite expands into Spokane market

It started out as a food truck in Richland’s John Dam Plaza serving up Porter Kinney’s signature smoked meats, and...
Michel Gabbud, the new general manager of The Lodge at Columbia Point, is overseeing a $1.5 million renovation that will install a restaurant and sweeping food program at the boutique wine-focused property. (Photo by Wendy Culverwell)

The Lodge at Columbia Point is adding a proper restaurant

The Lodge at Columbia Point is sacrificing two guest rooms to make space for a proper kitchen for its Drumheller’s...

Tri-Cities’ tourism future sparkles with optimism, new leadership

2022 is the year that the Tri-Cities bounced back brighter, bigger and bolder for tourism-related businesses and renewed visitor spending...
Merced Flores-Garcia prepares pizza dough at his restaurant, Mercy’s Pizza Taco, 524 N. Third Ave., across the street from City Hall. (Photo by Jeff Morrow)

Mercy’s Taco Pizza comeback story is a tasty one

Merced Flores-Garcia gave pizza fans an early Christmas present in October when he reopened his Mercy’s Pizza Taco restaurant in...

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