Bainbridge Business Briefs, April 24
April 24, 2009 · 11:30 AM
Big Star Diner reopens its doors
The restaurant at 305 Madison Ave., which went out of business as Richie’s 305 Diner, has reopened under its previous name – Big Star Diner.
The business, now owned by brothers Mark and Earl Hanson of Everett, had a silent opening recently.
The eatery specializes in homemade diner food, with some authentic Mexican dishes. It’s a family business with the brothers, who have extensive experience as restaurateurs, doing most of the cooking and two of their daughters working as servers.
Hours are 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily, with dinners served until about 8:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday.
D.A. Davidson opens island office
D.A. Davidson & Co., an investment firm based in Montana, has opened an office on Bainbridge as part of its effort to expand its services in Washington.
Paul Webber, an island resident who is a senior vice president and financial consultant for D.A. Davidson, will work out of the office at 120 Madrone Lane, Suite 204. He can be reached at (206) 389-8043 or email@example.com.