Comings & Goings

Sisters Erin Rallis and Kayla Thompson plan to open Marie & Marie Bridal in mid-February in downtown Sioux Falls. The upscale wedding dress shop will be on the third floor of Equity Square at Eighth Street and Phillips Avenue.

The owner of The Recovery Room plans to have a second restaurant in northwest Sioux Falls. Craig Nelson will open Northstar Grill & Pub at 60th Street North and Career Avenue. Construction is expected to start in the spring.

Everest Indian Cuisine is expected to open Dec. 15 in a retail center on the southwest corner of 41st Street and Western Avenue. Owner Jitendra Poudel was a partner in two Indian restaurants in Rapid City before returning to Sioux Falls with his family in November.

Sioux Falls Specialty Hospital Urgent Care has opened on the northeast corner of 85th Street and Minnesota Avenue. The clinic provides walk-in treatment services and accepts insurance.  Hours are 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. weekdays and 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.

No Regrets, a restaurant specializing in tapas, or small plates, is coming to south Sioux Falls. Amanda and Doug Ladenburger will open the restaurant in a retail center that will be built along 85th Street west of Western Avenue in the Three Fountains development. They hope to open in late summer or early fall of next year.

Nebraska-based Sandhills Publishing has acquired The Gage Team Inc., an advertising agency that primarily focuses on digital marketing. Co-founder Matthew Gage and his seven employees will become part of Sandhills, which is taking over the Sioux Falls office at 601 S. Phillips Ave. Sandhills plans to add 10 to 15 positions in interactive web design and software development.

Exchange State Bank has bought land in Brandon and plans to open a branch there in 2019 or 2020. The Minnesota-chartered bank has locations in Hills, Luverne and Ellsworth.

Z’Mariks Noodle Cafe has closed. The restaurant, which is part of a small chain, opened at 2300 S. Minnesota Ave. almost two years ago.

Twetten’s Interior Design is moving next year to an office building in the Three Fountains development at 85th Street and Western Avenue. The new location will be slightly larger than the current space at 1714 S. Minnesota Ave.

Minnesota-based Summit Food Service has bought CBM Managed Services. Both companies provide food service to correctional facilities. CBM, which was owned by the Sejnoha family, has almost 1,000 employees in 29 states. Marlin Sejnoha will continue to lead the Sioux Falls office.

The Blarney Stone Pub will open for a sneak peek and drinks at 9 p.m. Dec. 12, with full service beginning at 11 a.m. Dec. 13. The restaurant is at 333 S. Phillips Ave.

Crooked Pint Ale House has opened along Elmwood Golf Course. It’s the first South Dakota location for the chain, which has six restaurants in Minnesota. The restaurant at 2020 W. Russell St. is connected to a Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites, which is expected to open in February. Crooked Pint is known for its stuffed burgers, and it features 32 beers on tap and an extensive selection of bourbon and scotch.

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