- 1.Retail & Restaurants
New Brewery Opens In Downtown Sioux Falls
- 2.Retail & Restaurants
Caribou Coffee To Move Down The Street
The Fit Factor gym at 1008 S. Cliff Avenue near the Avera McKennan campus, is closing at the end of this month.
CPMFITness is opening its second gym downtown Sioux Falls at 111 S. Main Avenue on Monday, August 17.
A new restaurant hopes to bring some more spice into downtown Sioux Falls.
Iowans - and neighboring Nebraskans across the Missouri River - are taking advantage of Iowa's sales tax holiday this weekend.
It's been a fixture in Sioux Falls for 34 years, but at the end of August, Kid's Stuff Superstore at 3109 S. Carolyn Avenue in Sioux Falls is closing.
The discount grocery store ALDI Inc. is going into the space that Big Lots on South Louise Avenue is vacating.
The former Sid's liquor buildings, which closed in 2014 after six decades of business, has a new owner.
A Sioux Falls architect who is on Brandon's Planning and Zoning Committee brought a proposal to Bass Pro Shops to locate a store at the Brandon exit off Interstate 90.
ShopperTrak compiled a handful of recent surveys and found some interesting trends. Researchers found 63 percent of us use our phones to check prices.
A successful online retailer is opening her first brick and mortar shop in Sioux Falls.
Sportswear shop, A League of Your Own, at 229 S. Phillips Avenue is adding on. Construction on space behind the current store started a couple of months ago and will be complete by next week.
Just a year after opening on East 10th Street and Bahnson Avenue in Sioux Falls, Lick The Spoon restaurant has closed its doors. Angela Becker opened her west side location by Fuddruckers in 2011, but later closed that shop.
The Duluth Trading Company is coming to a newly remodeled downtown building on Phillips Avenue in Sioux Falls.
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