Pybus Bistro, one of the original tenants at Pybus Public Market, has decided to exit the market to open a new daytime restaurant in Wenatchee.
“The memories we have made here will forever be entwined with our personal lives. We would like to thank each and every one of you, deeply and sincerely, for your patronage and friendship” said Michelle St. Dennis.
“Frank and Michelle St. Dennis are truly talented chefs and Pybus Bistro made a significant impact on the fine dining scene in our area, becoming a beloved restaurant in our community. They have been a great partner at the market and will be missed”, said Leslie Freytag, Executive Director.
“We will be looking for a new tenant to fill the space, added Ms. Freytag. Parties interested in the Bistro’s space in the Market should send inquiries to email@example.com”.
About Pybus Public Market
Pybus Public Market is built in the historic Pybus steel warehouse located next to the Columbia River at the foot of Orondo Street in Wenatchee. The property is a year-round marketplace for restaurants, wine, fruit and vegetable vendors, meats and cheeses, baked goods, oils, other foods, flowers, retail sales and local craftspeople. It also serves as the permanent home for Wenatchee Valley Farmer’s Market. Pybus Market opened
May 11, 2013. Pybus Market is governed by a 20-person board of directors of Pybus Public Market and Pybus Foundation, a 501c (3) non-profit.
About Pybus Foundation
The Pybus Market Charitable Foundation was founded in 2012 by Mike and JoAnn Walker to establish a public market for the greater community benefit. The Foundation’s strategy is to leverage the power, popularity and physical infrastructure of Pybus Public Market to create and maintain charitable activities at the Market benefiting a broad cross-section of the
community. By intention, the Foundation engages in a broad set of charitable activities at Pybus Market that include: Family, Arts, Community, Education and Hosting and Promoting other Charitable Activities and Nonprofits.