There's been a ton of movin' & shakin' going on over the last couple of weeks when it comes to businesses in Missoula. We've seen updates on when places will open, news of places closing, and even a story of a new name and logo to freshen things up a bit.

We've recently had news about the following:

Here's another bit of news to add to the list. Cambie Taphouse and Coffee has announced that they'll open up an additional location in Missoula. They're current spot is on Higgins - but they'll add a second location on Wyoming Street in the Old Sawmill District. And in a fitting twist to the story - they'll be inside the Cambium Place building. At least it'll be fun to give people a suggestion to visit, "yeah, you should try Cambie.....just keep going until you hit Cambium Place, and inside Cambium you'll find Cambie."

Cambie Taphouse shared the news on their Facebook and Instagram pages by saying, "we will be featuring 72(!!!) rotating drafts, select local coffee menu and tapas style food."

The information about the new locations was limited and didn't include a timeline for opening. You can follow them on Facebook or Instagram for more updates.

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