Iconic Spokane eatery to remain Anthony’s?

Generations of Lilac City residents and visitors have flocked to the triple A-frame restaurant overlooking Spokane Falls and the Spokane River. First it was the Polynesia, soon became the Black Angus in 1966 – the second in Stuart Anderson’s huge chain – and later became Salty’s at the Falls, then Anthony’s. The parent company of Anthony’s has now submitted the highest bid to buy the building from the city of Spokane. Read the Spokesman-Review article, and read the 1988 S-R article announcing the end the 22-year Black Angus lease.

 

 

by  Jon Osterberg

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