Iconic Shogun restaurant reopens after devastating fire
SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash. — More than a year after a fire destroyed the Shogun restaurant on the east end of downtown Spokane, the business has made its return.
The Shogun reopened in Spokane Valley on Monday. Its new home is in a building at 20 N. Raymond Rd., which used to be the Roadhouse Bar & Grill.
The restaurant first opened on E. 3rd Ave. in downtown Spokane in 1992. For decades, many celebrated birthdays, super bowls and other occasions at the hibachi-style Japanese grill.
Flames engulfed the building early on a Sunday morning in April 2018. Firefighters worked to save the business for seven hours, but the Shogun was declared a total loss.
Now, after nearly a year and a half, the Shogun has reopened its doors about 6.5 miles to the east. You can call (509) 534-7777 to make a reservation at the new location.
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