Locations with Kid-Friendly

117 results

page 1 of 5

  • 1898 Public House

    2010 Waikiki Rd. Spokane - North


    When the Kalispel Tribe bought the former Spokane Country Club, they tapped Executive Chef Tyler Schwenk (former of Beverly's at the Coeur d'Alene Resort) to create a menu that captured an upscale gastropub feel, but that was also family-friendly. The result is a widely varying menu featuring Schwenk's take on youthful foods and traditional classics alike, like the lobster corn dog appetizer, or the honey-stung fried chicken entrée. With sweeping views of the golf course below, a cozy bar and sizable patio that offers spectacular sunset views through the trees, 1898 is a place for both special occasions and post-golf refreshments. Daily happy hours from 4-6 pm offer downsized versions of many of Schwenk's regular menu mainstays, and Tuesday night hosts "Burgers and Brews," where diners can choose between two featured burgers that come with a 20-ounce pint of beer, all for the cool price of $15. Portions at 1898 are hearty, and with so many options, no matter your reason for stopping in, you'll find more than enough to sate your hunger and slake your thirst. (CHEY SCOTT)
    5 articles
  • 24 Taps Burgers & Brews

    825 W. Riverside Spokane - Downtown


    24 Taps' name rings true about its beer selection — with a dozen local brews on tap plus 12 additional options behind the bar. The menu is packed with lots of appetizers under $10, like wings and jalapeño-stuffed tater tots. To top it all off, the walls are lined with 14, 75-inch TVs. (March 2015)
    5 events 3 articles 1 comments
  • 315 Martinis & Tapas

    315 Wallace Ave., Coeur d'Alene Spokane - Downtown


    Located in the historic Greenbriar Inn, 315 Martinis and Tapas is an elegant answer to happy hour. Open at 3:15 pm Tue-Sun, enjoy small plates and drink discounts until 6 pm, or settle in next to the cozy fireplace for dinner (or the candlelight patio in summer) and stay for a full dinner. This progressive Coeur d’Alene bar and restaurant makes its own simple syrups (lemon and rosemary, jalapeño), infusions (bacon vodka, horseradish vodka, ginger vodka) and an assortment of bitters (five-pepper, huckleberry, aromatic, ginger-pear and lemon). (July 2013)
    3 articles
  • Adelo's Pizza, Pasta & Pints

    8801 N. Indian Trail Rd. Spokane - North


    Adelo's opened as a strictly carry-out establishment, but moved to a nearby storefront in the fall of 2013 to start offering an eat-in option and an expanded menu that includes pasta, salads, wraps and sandwiches, as well as 18 microbrews on tap. (Jan. 2014)
    2 events 1 article
  • Allie's Vegan Pizzeria & Cafe

    1314 S. Grand Blvd. Spokane - South


    1 article
  • Bakery by the Lake

    601 E. Front St. Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls


    Take a stroll to the Parkside building and enjoy a drink of Caffé Umbria Italian coffee and indulge in a freshly made eclair or chocolate-dipped macaroon or pick up a sandwhich or flatbread pizza (whole or by the slice) for an impromptu picnic by the lake. (July 2013)
  • Black Wolf Gaming Center

    14208 E. Sprague Ave., Unit C Spokane Valley

  • Black Wolf Gaming Center

    14208 E. Sprague Ave., Unit C Spokane Valley

  • Blu Berry Frozen Yogurt

    4727 N Division St. Spokane - North


    Blu Berry is a cheery little place, with its vibrant colors, free samples and an always-changing assortment of frozen yogurt. Top your favorite with every possible candy, nut and sauce. Then smile big as you use one of the shop’s digital cameras to take a selfie with your beloved yogurt, to be displayed on one of Blu Berry’s plasma televisions.
  • Bucer's Coffeehouse Pub

    201 S. Main St. Moscow/Pullman


    Somehow studying for an English final is more palatable with a latte in hand, hunched over a table at Bucer’s. You might even start up a conversation with that cute co-ed sitting next to you. Good thing Bucer’s also serves up a great selection of microbrews, wine and fabulous desserts. Should that study break turn into a full-blown date, you can swoon to live music most nights and then split a root beer or a Guinness float. (July 2013)
  • Casual Friday Donuts

    3402 N. Division Spokane - North


    4 articles
  • Celebrations Bakery

    713 W. Garland Ave. Spokane - North


    Whipped cream atop a cupcake? Sure! Celebrations reimagines cupcakes with flavors, frostings and toppings that feel like a party in your mouth. Try the Banana Split, a fragrant banana cupcake filled with strawberries and topped with a swirl of whipped cream, chocolate syrup and, of course, a cherry. (July 2013)
  • Centennial Hotel

    303 W. North River Dr. Spokane - Downtown


    2 articles
  • Charlie P's

    8120 E. Sprague Ave. Spokane Valley


    Open at 6:30 am, Charlie P’s is cozy, clean and moderately sized, with comfy booths and a warm, equatorial wind that heats your feet from an unknown source. Great for getting slap-happy drunk and noshing on a delectable selection of comfort food. (BT)
  • Choo-Choo Pizza

    11027 E. Sprague Ave. Spokane Valley


    1 article
  • Clark's Fork

    1028 N. Hamilton Spokane - East


    1 article
  • Coeur d'Alene Public Library

    702 E. Front Ave. Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls


    1 article
  • CorkHouse

    1400 N. Meadowwood Ln. Liberty Lake


    1 article
  • Dahmen Barn

    419 N. Park Way, Uniontown Rural Eastern WA


  • Darcy's Restaurant & Spirits

    10502 E. Sprague Spokane Valley


  • Di Luna's Cafe

    207 Cedar St. Sandpoint


    Sandpoint’s Di Luna’s takes its music and seasonal, locally sourced menus seriously. Breakfasts here feature farmers markets scrambles, and Saturday nights frequently mean farm-to-table dinners with locally sourced produce, meats, and decadent desserts from their in-house bakery — all of this paired with live folk, blues, jazz or world beat music. It’s a harmonious combination that’s made Di Luna’s one of Sandpoint’s most beloved restaurants. (July 2013)
  • Dick's Hamburgers

    10 E. Third Ave. Spokane - Downtown


    What would Spokane be without Dick’s Hamburgers? Our city would be lost, with only chain hamburger places remaining for fast-food junkies, off-the-wagon vegetarians and the bar crowds. But thankfully Dick’s low prices, as well as their comforting food, have kept people coming back to this drive-in since 1965. The menu is varied, but the items are simple. You won’t find anything too complicated on the hamburger — no bacon or ham, just condiments, pickles and cheese if you ask for it. Buy these guilty pleasures by the bagful and remember Dick’s is sticking with their old-school, cash-only approach. (July 2013)
    1 article
  • Did's Hawaiian Shack and Arcade

    5406 N. Division St. Spokane - North


    The walls are embellished with shiny surfboards, and beach towel-esque wall panels are strewn with actual flip-flops at Did’s, which makes no secret about appealing to “the perpetual surfer in all of us.” Choose from 12 different froyo flavors (40 cents per ounce), shave ice or bubble tea before lining up to order pizza, teriyaki plates, salads or calzones, which force even college dudes from Gonzaga to leave with to-go boxes. Beer and cocktails are also available.
  • DiNardi's Pizza & Pasta

    829 E. Boone Ave., Suite A Spokane - East


    1 article
  • Ding How

    1332 N. Liberty Lake Rd. Liberty Lake


    Though located in a strip mall, Ding How is a veritable tour of Asia, featuring Chinese, Korean, Thai and Japanese selections on its menu. Check out the sushi that they make right in front of you, or get some takeout that will make you reminisce about standing in your boxers over the sink during your bachelor days.
  • or