Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen, the Dunwoody, Ga.-based fast-food restaurant chain, plans to enter the Spokane market with an outlet on Spokane’s North Side, says a real estate broker handling the land lease at the future restaurant site.
The broker, Chris Bell, of Spokane-based NAI Black, says Popeyes has leased an acre of vacant land at the northeast corner of Division Street and Lyons Avenue.
Popeyes representatives couldn’t be reached immediately for comment.
Bell says Popeyes will construct its own improvements on the site.
The restaurant pad is in the Diamond Shopping Center, which is anchored by a Sportsman’s Warehouse outdoor recreation and sporting goods store. The site is south of a Bruchi’s CheeseSteaks & Subs restaurant, which also is part of the shopping center.
No planning documents regarding the restaurant site had been filed with the city of Spokane as of last week.
Popeyes’ menu includes spicy and mild fried chicken, seafood, sandwiches, wraps, and a number of southern- and Cajun-influenced side dishes.
Popeyes also plans to enter the North Idaho market. Shelley Enderud, Post Falls city administrator, says Popeyes has submitted a preliminary site plan for a restaurant on the south end of a cluster of retail businesses at the southwest corner of Highway 41 and Mullan Road, north of Interstate 90.
Office & Industrial
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