R.F. McDougall's Irish Pub And Eatery Will Soon Be A New Restaurant

One of the restaurants with the best views of the river will soon reopen as new casual dining with an upscale bar experience according to reports.

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New Restaurant Will Replace R.F. McDougalls In Richland

The Tri-Cities Journal Of Business is reporting that the old R. F. McDougalls which shut down during the pandemic will soon host an exciting new restaurant.

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The Goal Of The New Richland Restaurant Is An Upscale Bar And Casual Eatery

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Bookwalter Winery is set to launch a new restaurant soon at 1705 Columbia Park Trail at the former R.F. McDougalls location.

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John Bookwalter, owner of Bookwalter Winery is hoping to elevate his Fiction restaurant to a high-level dining experience and shift some of his focus to establishing a second location to his Fable Craft Bar and Kitchen.

Say Hello To Fable Craft Bar And Kitchen

According to the article, Bookwalter's vision is to bring a casual dining atmosphere along with an upscale bar to the old R.F. McDougalls location.

The McDougalls renovation will cost $500,000

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The New Fable Craft Bar And Kitchen Is Expected To Open Late Summer/Early Fall

I'm excited to see the new renovations. I meet my wife at R.F. McDougalls in 2008 on our first date so it holds a special place in my heart.

The restaurant does have an amazing view of the river and the renovation will soon make the restaurant a destination location for the Tri-Cities.

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