An excavator operated by Loren Watts of Watts Construction in Kennewick works Monday razing the original Sterling's Restaurant building on George Washington Way in Richland to make way for a parking lot for the restaurant's new building. The new $1.1 million building is at the same address, 890 George Washington Way, but is now closer to and facing the Columbia River. The recently opened new larger Sterling's has more seating, as well as a bar and covered outdoor dining patio overlooking a garden.
An excavator operated by Loren Watts of Watts Construction in Kennewick works Monday razing the original Sterling's Restaurant building on George Washington Way in Richland to make way for a parking lot for the restaurant's new building. The new $1.1 million building is at the same address, 890 George Washington Way, but is now closer to and facing the Columbia River. The recently opened new larger Sterling's has more seating, as well as a bar and covered outdoor dining patio overlooking a garden. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
An excavator operated by Loren Watts of Watts Construction in Kennewick works Monday razing the original Sterling's Restaurant building on George Washington Way in Richland to make way for a parking lot for the restaurant's new building. The new $1.1 million building is at the same address, 890 George Washington Way, but is now closer to and facing the Columbia River. The recently opened new larger Sterling's has more seating, as well as a bar and covered outdoor dining patio overlooking a garden. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

Original Sterling’s restaurant razed

October 10, 2016 06:15 PM

UPDATED October 10, 2016 08:29 PM

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