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Spokane natives to bring Seattle-based Flatstick Pub to hometown

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Flatstick Pub announced today that it will open a location in Spokane in Summer/Fall 2019 on the ground level of River Park Square's newly renovated "M" Building (formerly Macy's, 612 W. Main). The concept – developed, owned and operated by Spokane-natives and brothers, Sam and Andy Largent – was inspired by the idea to create a casual beer pub that featured a unique and challenging 9-hole miniature golf course. In addition to mini golf, you'll find original golf-themed games invented by Flatstick, including Duffleboard™, Cup Hunter and stick putt™; also in the works are two brand new Flatstick designed games that will debut in the Spokane pub.

The Pub will feature around 30 taps pouring only independent, locally made beer, cider, and wine. Flatstick Pub will also partner with acclaimed Seattle restaurateur, Ethan Stowell (Ethan Stowell Restaurants) to develop the food menu. The Spokane location plans to be open to minors until 7pm daily, and dog friendly.

Supporting and giving back to the community in which they operate is a core value of Flatstick Pub. In 2018, Flatstick Pub donated more than $140,000 directly to local charities and non-profit organizations, and will continue to give back in all locations in which it operates.

Flatstick Pub is owned by Sam and Andy Largent, graduates of North Central and Shadle Park High Schools, and Washington State University and Whitworth University, respectively. They opened their first location in Kirkland in 2014 and have since expanded to two other locations in the Seattle area, Pioneer Square and South Lake Union. In 2019, Flatstick will also open a location in Tacoma, WA. For more information, visit www.flatstickpub.com.


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