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Sante Restaurant and Charcuterie installs upgraded kitchen, launches new menu

— After installing their brand-new, upgraded kitchen with high-end equipment and expanded counter space, Sante Restaurant and Charcuterie will open their doors for their official re-launch this Wednesday, February 8. The kitchen will allow Sante to take their culinary skills to the next level, explains Owner and Executive Chef, Jeremy Hansen.

A devastating kitchen fire on December 11th of last year forced the popular downtown restaurant to reduce their service to only breakfast and lunch for over a month, working from a condensed menu of cold sandwiches, charcuterie items, soups and salads. The restaurant, with the use of temporary kitchen equipment, returned to full days and full menu on January 18th, before having to close their doors once more to install their permanent and upgraded kitchen. Wednesday's re-launch celebrates closure on a tough couple of months for the restaurant, and signifies the start of a new era for Sante which is known for producing French cuisine prepared with fresh, organic and locally-grown ingredients. The install of the new kitchen will allow Sante to go the next level of composed food and garnish work, implementing more detail in their dishes than ever before.

Chef Hansen and his team view the fire and recovery time as the ending of one phase for Sante, and the re-launch as the beginning of a new phase. The new phase, Chef Hansen explains, will not only include an enhanced menu, but will consist of expanded cooking classes, consideration of a catering option, and expansion of their house-made charcuterie items.

For more information on Sante Restaurant and Charcuterie, please visit www.santespokane.com or their facebook page at www.facebook.com/#!/santespokane.

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