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October 4, 2022

Here’s a look at recent changes in the business landscape in the Sioux Falls area.

Dunn Brothers coffee has opened a second location in Sioux Falls. The new cafe, which also serves pastries, breakfast sandwiches, naan pizzas, wraps and sandwiches, is the first store to open at 12 p.m. in the new Firehouse 42 developmentth Street and Ellis Road. It is open every day.

The development will also be the third location for Little Tykes University, which was founded locally by Corri Poore. He plans to look after up to 100 children from birth to school age. The hope is to open before the end of the year.

LSS and the Multicultural center of Sioux Falls progress with their integration. The boards of both organizations approved a plan to transition the multicultural center and its programs, assets and goodwill to LSS on October 1st. A full transition is expected by the end of the year.

Amazon plans to begin initial operations at its new fulfillment center in Sioux Falls this month, ramping it up and launching next year. In June, Amazon announced the facility would open later than planned, but gave no timeline.

MB Coffee & Grill has at the former location of Whiffer’s Sandwiches on N. Minnesota Ave. opened in 1133. Owned by Bosnian refugees Zaklina and Midhat Becic, it offers traditional Balkan dishes, Bosnian and Turkish coffee, and Italian espresso. It is open from Tuesday to Sunday.

Fareway Stores Inc. has opened its Fareway Meat Market Concept in Luverne, Minnesota. The renovated 2,300-square-foot store is organized around a full-service butcher counter. The location also offers a variety of side dishes, local produce, and other foods.

A new store offers a popular carnival food: mini donuts. donut envy is a pop-up store offering State Fair gear and products. The prepared mini donuts are freshly baked on site in an oven. In addition to the traditional cinnamon sugar, they come in a variety of flavors. Donut Envy is available for public and private events.

Scherer Inc., a tea-based grain processing solutions manufacturer, is building a new headquarters in Foundation Park in northwest Sioux Falls. The $24 million building will include 90,000 square feet of manufacturing space and 15,000 square feet of office space, with enough land to nearly double if needed.

Hy Vee on the 26th and Sycamore has replaced its Market Grille with choice burger. It is open daily from 11am to 8pm. The bar will remain open serving beer and wine and breakfast will continue to be served in the room each day.

The owners of the inner-city event space Convolo are adding a location. The new venue, called Cassette, is taking bookings beginning December and is located on 37th Street West of Phillips in the building currently occupied by Houndstooth House. The interior design office is moving in next door. Casetta will host gatherings such as Christmas parties, showers, rehearsal dinners and corporate events. It can accommodate up to 50 guests.

Extensive smoke damage after fire in kitchen Cherry Creek Grill at 3104 E. 26th St., the longtime restaurant has closed indefinitely.

Diners can grill their own Korean barbecue tableside when a new restaurant opens in Sioux Falls next year. Johnny Phung, who owns two Envy Nails & Spa salons in the city, has signed a franchise deal with the Denver-based company Korean BBQ by Dae Gee. Phung has yet to sign a lease, but he expects to open the restaurant in the west of the city early next year.

Chefs & bakers kitchen plans to open later this year in a new retail center in Dawley Farm Village. “It will be a mix of high-end cookware and bakeware with wine and beverage accessories, lots of home entertainment items and gifting,” said owner Joanne Bogus. She will also offer cooking classes in a demonstration kitchen.

A Minnesota-based bank has opened its first location in Sioux Falls. Worthington based First State Bank Southwest is at 57th and Graystone. The full-service branch uses interactive ATMs in the lobby and drive-thru that are accessible 24 hours a day.

The Crossroads development at 12th Street and Interstate 29 is the latest area to feature a new one Starbucks. Open daily, the location features a drive-through, indoor and outdoor seating, and an indoor pickup desk for mobile orders.

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