A downtown Sioux Falls favorite is back open for business again.

Word has it, Josiah’s downtown cafe and bakery has opened their doors again after being temporarily closed for renovations these past few weeks.

According to Dakota News Now, Josiah's officially re-opened on Thursday, (April 14).

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What can you expect to see the next time you visit?

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Evidently, a big change in the traffic flow of the ordering line. After the renovations, the ordering line now forms to the left as you walk into the dining room.

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If you're in search of a little Josiah's merch, it's still available, just in a different spot. Things like Josiah's t-shirts, dog treats, and toys for all the Sioux Falls downtown hounds, can now be found to the left of the dining room where the water and soda station used to be.

If you've been jonesing for one of Josiah's delicious tasty treats, you can now find them located on that left wall as well.

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And if you're looking for the soda station, silverware, and coffee toppings, they can now be found in the same corner as the coffee-making station.

One thing you will notice right away is the more open feel the newly renovated Josiah's has.

Some of the walls inside the restaurant area have been removed to give the dining room a more open and spacious feel. If you were a fan of Josiah's fireplace, don't worry, it's still there in the same spot as before.

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A few other changes include...

A bar that now faces the street where people can sit and relax, and charge up their devices if necessary.

Josiah's has also added a downstairs meeting room that can hold up to 20 people, the next time you, your co-workers, and friends need a private place to huddle up for a conference.

Source: Dakota News Now

 

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