A new restaurant will open in downtown Bozeman, but this one is staying a little mysterious. Tanoshii, which in Japanese means “enjoyable” or “fun,” has yet to announce when it will open and what exactly it will be, with a mysterious sign in the window and a vague social media presence. When it does eventually open its doors, it’ll join the variety of new restaurants and bars downtown, including Shine Beer Sanctuary and Red Sugar Dim Sum.

With construction on all sides of Main Street, it’s hard to keep track of what is going where. One new site that has popped up in the past few weeks is the new Manhattan Bank location near the Bozeman Dollar Tree on West Main Street. The new location will add to the institution’s existing locations in Belgrade, Manhattan and Three Forks.

The free-to-move house at 8401 Huffine Lane is still standing, and now a GoFundMe has been set up for a family that wants to relocate and remodel the six-bedroom house. Big Sky Property Management, owned by Town Pump, bought the land the house is on in August 2018 and has been looking for someone to move it ever since. While the prospect of a free house is tempting, a Nationwide Transport Services logistics coordinator told the Chronicle in December 2018 that the bare minimum for the move would be $12,000, but would likely be much more. The goal for the GoFundMe is $40,000, with $10,000 contributed so far and a little under $30,000 to go.

Melissa Loveridge can be reached at mloveridge@dailychronicle.com or at (406) 582-2651.

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