Comings & Goings

Oct. 22, 2018

Here’s a roundup of recent changes in the Sioux Falls-area business community.

Fareway Stores Inc. is buying Sunshine Foods in Tea. The transition is expected to be completed around the first of the new year.

JJ’s Axes & Ales has opened in the former JJ’s Wine, Spirits & Cigars location on Western Avenue south of 57th St. Ax-throwing lanes can be reserved by the hour, and the bar serves 12 beers on tap. Off-sale beer also is available. It’s open from 4 to 10 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday, 2 to 10 p.m. Friday, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday and 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday.

Adi Abraham has opened Hibir Ethiopia Restaurant & Bar at Sixth Street and West Avenue. She’s starting with hours of 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. and will tweak that as needed.

A Harrisburg coffee shop is getting ready to open in a new location with a new name. Lava’s Javas & Treats is now Lava’s Coffee & Cafe. Owner Laura Klenk is remodeling a space at 305 W. Willow St. She hopes to be open by Nov 1. Kruse PhotoGraphics, which is owned by Crystal Kruse, will use part of the space for her photography and graphic design services.

The former Tre Lounge is being converted into Tre Ministries, a space for high school and college students. The nonprofit organization serves all faiths, and founder Sandy Berven envisions the space at 33rd and Spring as “a safe place to build relationships and find connections and be part of a community.” Part of the space will be used as a coffee shop that will be open to the public.

Ramen Fuji has opened at 2300 S. Minnesota Ave. Owner Leon Teng serves ramen and several other Japanese dishes. It’s open daily.

Twin sisters Stacey and Leslie Malmgren are opening Love Marlow at Lake Lorraine. The women’s clothing boutique is expected to open in early November in a retail center along Marion Road.

Herds to Hops has harvested its first crop of hops. Siblings Troy Grovenburg and Karli Baker started the hop yard last year on their family’s farm on the northwest edge of Sioux Falls along with their mother and stepfather, Jeanne and Paul Persing. WoodGrain Brewing Co. has purchased some of the hops, and the first beer brewed with them should be ready in late November.

With the addition of specialty foods and home decor, Lot 2029 has been rebranded as Mint + Basil. The store is at 333 S. Phillips Ave.

Buffalo Ridge Brewing plans to open Nov. 10. The brewery is in a new 4,000-square-foot building in downtown Hartford and is owned by Chris and Callie Tuschen and Damon and Krystal Sehr.

Papa Murphy’s has closed its location at 14th Street and Minnesota Avenue. Five locations remain open.

Granite Transformations has moved its showroom from The Bridges at 57th to its warehouse and shop at the Tea exit on Interstate 29. The new address is 47066 104th St.

Green Light Auto, a used-car dealership, has opened at 4401 E. 10th St.

Any Lab Test Now has moved its lab from 6701 S. Louise Ave. into the QuickHealth Urgent Care site on Louise Avenue at 85th Street.

Send Comings & Goings news to Jodi@SiouxFalls.Business.

Comings & Goings

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