Who has been praying for sweet and savory spots in the Yakima Valley?

Sounds like prayers are being answered and I have got the breaking news Yakima!

I was playing a game of name that movie on-air when Chris Waddel of Hogback Development made me a deal I couldn't refuse. He would name the movie if he could announce two new businesses coming to Yakima. Um....deal dude! So without further ado, here's the exciting news that has only been teased up until now!

Who is Moving into Rainier Square this Spring?

Crumbl Cookies! I have to be honest, I have never tasted a Crumbl Cookie and it looks like the nearest one to us currently is over in Kennewick and Richland right now but that's all about to change! Coming to Rainer Square in the Spring of 2022, in the shopping center at 24th and Nob Hill in Yakima, we will get one too! Now you don't have to share your cookies with anyone...if you don't want to! The menu online looks incredibly delicious with chilled cookie offerings like Mint Chip Ice Cream or Turtle. Looking for something warm? How about trying the Churro or the Double Trouble for the rule-breaker in your life! So exciting but that's not all!

UPDATE as of 7/5/2022 Crumble Cookies Should Be Open by July 21st 2022 Yakima!

Chipolte is coming back! New location and ready to serve you this Spring! You already know they serve you up delicious burritos, nachos, and more! Something you currently can't get at this location, Rainier Square so that is VERY exciting!

Hilton Hotel

Why have one when you can have two? Currently, there is a Home2 Suites at Rainier Square but beginning this Spring they will break ground on a four-story Hilton Hotel that will be right next to the current one. Yakima is thriving and now your guests will have another fantastic spot to stay while visiting...cause you know personal space is important!

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