Spokane restaurant Clover closing its doors
SPOKANE, Wash. — Spokane Mediterranean restaurant Clover announced Saturday it will be closing its doors permanently.
The owners also announced that the building, located at 911 E Sharp Avenue, is up for sale.
Clover was open for takeout during the pandemic, but went on a hiatus in early December. Now, the owners are ready to head into retirement.
“We want to thank all our wonderful guests, supporters, cheerleaders, team members, news editors, businesses and Zag families that carried us through nine years to serve you,” read a release from the restaurant.
Anyone looking to buy the space can reach out to the owners at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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