The restaurant with one of the best views in Squamish is no longer in operation.
The Roadhouse Restaurant across Hwy. 99 from Shannon Falls is no longer in operation.
Rick Poissant, the manager of the Klahanie lands, confirmed on Thursday that the restaurant is closedPoissant said the building is in decent shape and he hopes to have a new operator in the space possibly as quick next month.As for rumours the building is going to be torn down, Poissant said there is no such plan.
He noted the owners of the Klahanie lands want to redevelop the site but he added that redevelopment isn't imminent."It could be two years from now, it could be five years from now and it could never happen," said Poissant.
The Roadhouse owners, Marvin Knutson and Karen Anderson, could not be reached to talk about the closure of their restaurant.
The Eagle Run Coffee Co. is no longer owned by well-known broadcaster and local resident Tamara Stanners.Steve Klassen bought the upstart coffee shop in Brackendale and he is renaming it Bean Brackendale.
Klassen helped with the initial launch of the shop five years ago while he was working as a coffee supplier. He gave up supplying coffee and is now serving it.
Klassen, a skilled mountain bike racer, took over the shop on Aug. 2. He said he spent a significant amount of time riding in Squamish while he lived in North Vancouver. He was motivated to live here and operating the coffee shop allowed him become a resident.
"We are planning on adding some new things," he said.
Ken Pickering recently sold Burger King to the Bath family of Richmond. According to Pickering, the new owners previously had a Bread Garden operation in Richmond.
The deal for the fast food outlet at Hwy. 99 and Garibaldi Way closed on Aug. 1
The OK Tire store in the Squamish Business Park also recently changed hands as Wes Corbin sold the store to Grant Price.