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National Chain Not Coming To Sioux Falls

May 15, 2014, 10:10 AM by Angela Kennecke

National Chain Not Coming To Sioux Falls

A new restaurant going up on the southwest side of Sioux Falls looks like a Quaker Steak & Lube, but it will not be part of the national franchise.

Online job listings for the 74th Street & Louise Avenue location call it The Draft Grill & Bar.  Sources tell KELOLAND News that High Peaks Hospitality, which owns the building, is rebranding it into a local concept.  

High Peaks Hospitality has offices in Syracuse, New York, and in Sioux Falls.  Calls to High Peaks Hospitality in Sioux Falls were not answered.

The Pennsylvania-based Quaker Steak & Lube franchise was announced a year ago for the South Louise Avenue location.  


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