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From staff reports
Khorasan Kabob House has reopened in a retail center at 12th Street and Garfield Avenue. The Afghan eatery is owned by Arian “Abdul” Wisaal, who also does the cooking. The business lost its lease for its space on West 41st Street and closed in October 2016. Wisaal also sells rugs made in Afghanistan and Iran.
Fire Fire Brothers Fireworks is adding a second location this year. Owner Andy Jorgensen plans to add a store at highways 11 and 42. He started the business last year with a location at 8101 W. 12th St. Fire Brothers also sells fireworks online.
Bread & Circus Sandwich Kitchen has opened at 600 N. Main Ave. Longtime friends Jordan Taylor and Barry Putzke moved back from Portland to start the restaurant. While the main thrust of the menu is sandwiches, Bread & Circus also serves salads, soups and sides.
Schlotzsky’s has returned to Sioux Falls after a 15-year absence. The restaurant, which serves sandwiches, pizzas and salads, is at 1501 W. 41st St. It also sells Cinnabon cinnamon rolls.
Pizza Patrol at 1120 E. 10th St. has closed. Owner Jim Fischer had operated various pizza restaurants at that site for 26 years. Fischer said the owner of the building sold it, and he decided not to relocate the business.
Toppers Pizza has closed its restaurant on East 10th Street and is opening one on the west side of Sioux Falls instead. Franchise owner Shane Quail said the new location will be in a retail center under construction on Marion Road south of 26th Street in the Lake Lorraine Development. The restaurant on Minnesota Avenue near downtown remains open.
Man Code at 330 S. Phillips Ave. has closed. Gabrielle Spangler opened the men’s clothing store four years ago.
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