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The Lincoln Center expands food and beverage team

— The Lincoln Center event facility at 1316 N. Lincoln has announced the expansion of its food and beverage services to include two top professionals. Chef Evan Ellison, has assumed the role of Executive Chef. Chef Ellison, originally from the Seattle area, brings his distinctive style and culinary creativity to The Lincoln Center. Chef Ellison formerly served as Executive Chef for some of Spokane's more select restaurants including Churchill's Steakhouse and CI Shenanigans.

Ryan Biesen has taken on the role of Food and Beverage Director for The Lincoln Center. Biesen is also Spokane's only certified Sommelier. Biesen previously held that position at The Spokane Club. His revisions to The Lincoln Center's beverage program include an improved wine list with special attention to Washington wineries. He has also begun staff training to refine and enhance the overall guest experience. With Biesen's expertise and connections to all the region's winemakers and wineries, combined with Chef Ellison culinary ingenuity, they look forward to working together to create a series of winemaker dinners at The Lincoln Center this fall. Originally a historic 1920s Art-Deco Mission style building, The Lincoln Center opened in the spring of 2009 after an extensive upscale renovation. It offers close to 30,000 square feet of flexible space and has earned a reputation as Spokane's premier event place and is the venue of choice for numerous community events, non-profit fundraisers, galas, weddings, proms, performances and a variety of corporate events and meetings.

The phone number is 509-327-8000 and the website is thelincolncenterspokane.com.

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