Business briefs, 3/10/15

Milano’s reopening March 15

The new owner of Milano’s Restaurant in Glacier announced that the restaurant will have a soft reopening on Sunday, March 15, from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.

After Sunday the restaurant will be open weekly from Friday to Monday. Hours will be from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Fridays and Mondays, 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Saturdays, and 8 a.m. to 8 p.m on Sundays.

The restaurant doesn’t yet have a liquor license, but customers can drink their own beer and wine in the restaurant for a service fee, owner Sam Hassen said in an email.

The former owner closed the restaurant last month.

Donut shop to open in former Patisserie space.

A donut shop called Rolling Donuts Cafe will open soon at 3098 Northwest Ave., according to a sign on the window.

The space was formerly occupied by La Patisserie Vietnamese Bistro, which closed last month.

Superior Soups

A company called Superior Soups received a business license from the City of Bellingham. The address on the license is 1100 Railroad Ave., which is in the Depot Market Square.

Lice removal company expands to Bellingham

Lice Knowing You, a head lice removal company with clinics in Seattle, Portland, Oregon and Scottsdale, Arizona, is offering house call services in Bellingham.

The company uses a natural and organic three step lice removal system, according to a company news release. Lice removal technicians manually remove all visible lice and train parents and caregivers on follow-up procedures. Treatments are guaranteed for 30 days.

The company can also provide lice removal services to schools and day cares.

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Flax 4 Life looking to expand

Flax 4 Life, a gluten-free bakery, applied for a permit to build a 8,920-square-foot addition to its bakery at 468 W. Horton Road in Bellingham.

Mount Baker Ski Area closed

The Mount Baker Ski Area announced on March 8 that it will be closed until more snow falls.

“We’re going to suspend operations temporarily until we get some more snow. Maybe we need about six to 12 inches more,” said Duncan Howat, ski area general manager, in a video in the ski area’s website.

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