Business Buzz: Restaurants reopen; downtown business news

David Erickson

Here’s some business news in the Missoula area:

Two local restaurants, located inside the same building on West Broadway in Missoula, have announced that they’re reopening their doors after focusing on their food trucks at events for the last part of the summer.

Kamoon Arabian Cuisine announced that they’ll be operating from Tuesday to Friday from 4-8 p.m. and Ragheef will be operating Tuesday through Friday from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. for lunch.

“Join us for a delightful dining experience and savor the flavors you’ve been missing,” the restaurants wrote on Facebook. “Our team can’t wait to welcome you back and serve up some delicious dishes.”

Art Haus Framing has moved locations and is now located at 1220 W. Broadway in Missoula. Established in 2016, the business works with various galleries, exhibiting artists and walk-in customers.

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Birdie Thatcher, an interior design business in Missoula, has moved from its old location at 333 N. Higgins Ave. to 2000 S. Higgins Ave.

It appears the Higgins location has already been leased up but its unclear who the tenant will be yet.

There’s a new tattoo business in downtown Missoula.


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