Locations with Kid-Friendly

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  • Dockside Restaurant

    115 S. Second St., Coeur d'Alene Resort, Lobby Floor Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls

    208-666-5799

    You choose Dockside at the Coeur d’Alene Resort for the exceptional view — all booths face out to the lake — and a sprawling menu that runs from steak and fettucine, to burgers, ribeye steaks and sesame-crusted ahi tuna. The salad bar is always popular, along with Dockside’s signature ice cream sundaes. All six scoops. (July 2013)
  • Doyle's Ice Cream Parlor

    2229 W. Boone Ave. Spokane - North

    509-325-4903

    Cheaper than chain ice cream shops and scooping up servings of the frozen goodness bigger than your head (believe it or not, that’s only a slight overstatement), this little red-and-white-striped building is a favorite in the West Central neighborhood. Decorated with vintage toys, kids love looking around Doyle’s, finding a new toy each time they come in, while the masters behind the counter artfully create the best treats. The smell of the homemade waffle cones will draw you in and the taste of the ice cream will keep you coming back.
  • Ferguson's Cafe

    804 W. Garland Ave. Spokane - North

    509-328-1950

    Ferguson’s is not a café or restaurant — it’s a diner. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served in tasty, heaping portions, and there’s nothing on the menu that you’ll struggle to pronounce. Old-fashioned and straightforward, Ferguson’s is a reminder of a simpler time. The milkshakes are made to order out of the original machine — installed in 1941 and, fittingly, the only appliance not destroyed in the devastating 2011 fire.
  • Fiesta Mexicana

    1227 S. Grand Blvd. Spokane - South

    509-455-7117

    Family owned and family friendly, Fiesta Mexicana is frequently packed, but don’t let the parking lot scare you off. You never wait long here. Service is fast and attentive and the food is everything you’d expect from inland Tex-Mex, but with better-than-expected offerings of fish and vegetarian options. If you want to eat dinner amid a hive of activity with bottomless chips and salsa, this is your joint. (July 2013)
  • Five Guys Burgers & Fries

    10 N. Sullivan Rd. Spokane Valley

    509-927-2840

    The Virginia-based hamburger franchise is an old-fashioned kind of burger joint, complete with red-and-white-checkered tiles and barstool seating. Bulk bins of peanuts are placed around the store, free for patrons to munch on. The franchise prides itself on fresh, custom-made hamburgers and hand-cut fries. The menu is simple, with four burger choices (each is actually a double patty), a few hot dogs and a veggie sandwich. Fries come in two styles: Five Guys or Cajun. The Five Guys fries are hot, and lightly crispy with just the right amount of salt.
  • Five Mile Heights Pizza Parlor

    6409 N. Maple St. Spokane - North

    509-328-4764

    Gourmet pizza always sounds good, but sometimes an old-school, checkered-tablecloth, pizza-parlor pizza sounds amazing. Five Mile Heights is a longtime North Side favorite — a place for pizza, videogames and cheap pitchers of beer. And they even have a mascot: Professor Pizza. Come on, that’s cute. (July 2013)
  • Fort Ground Grill

    705 W. River Ave. Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls

    208-664-6186

    It’s steak and Americana at this full bar and grill on the campus of North Idaho College. Enjoy a hearty breakfast or a juicy cheesesteak at Ft. Ground’s outdoor seating and watch college life go by. (July 2011)
  • Fountain Cafe

    610 W. Spokane Falls Blvd. Spokane - Downtown

    509-625-6656

    The all-outdoor-seating cafe is located in Riverfront Park just a few dozen feet from the Rotary Fountain, but its menu goes beyond the regular concession-stand fare. You can get a burger or grilled cheese sandwich, or turkey dogs for the kids, but the menu also includes appetizers like flatbread with sun-dried tomato and feta ($6.95) or a hummus platter with grilled pita, kalamata olives and cucumber. Entrées are served with chips, fries or salad and include Cajun Andouille Sausage ($6.95) and four shrimp tacos with Cusabi dressing ($8.95). Pair your meal with a beer or a glass of wine. The cafe is open from spring into the fall, as weather permits. (July 2013)
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  • Frank's Diner

    1516 W. Second Ave. Spokane - Downtown

    509-747-8798

    Regular winner of the Inlander‘s Best Of readers poll for diners, Frank’s Diner — from the owner of The Onion — is famous for their breakfast, of course. Silver-dollar-size hotcakes. Spicy Creole benedict. Classic oatmeal. But the Diner’s dinner options are just as good. Try the meatloaf. There are our two locations, but our favorite is the train-car style location on Second, near Browne’s Addition.
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  • Frank's Diner

    10929 N. Newport Hwy. Spokane - North

    509-465-2464

    Regular winner of the Inlander‘s Best Of readers poll for diners, Frank’s Diner — from the owner of The Onion — is famous for their breakfast, of course. Silver-dollar-size hotcakes. Spicy Creole benedict. Classic oatmeal. But the Diner’s dinner options are just as good. Try the meatloaf.
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  • Fresh Soul

    3029 E. Fifth Ave. Spokane - East

    509-242-3377

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  • Froyo Earth

    172 S. Division St. Spokane - Downtown

    509-455-8000

    This local yogurt chain keeps expanding across the Northwest, adding location after location, in the same manner you’ll add frozen yogurt topping after frozen yogurt topping. Froyo Earth offers customers 10 flavors of yogurt or sorbet along with more than 50 toppings. It’s self-serve — you, and only you, control your froyo destiny. They charge by the ounce, so you’ll feel tempted to go for the “light toppings.” Don’t fool yourself; the heavy ones taste better.
  • Froyo Earth

    829 E. Boone Ave. Spokane - East

    509-315-5034

    This local yogurt chain keeps expanding across the Northwest, adding location after location, in the same manner you’ll add frozen yogurt topping after frozen yogurt topping. Froyo Earth offers customers 10 flavors of yogurt or sorbet along with more than 50 toppings. It’s self-serve — you, and only you, control your froyo destiny. They charge by the ounce, so you’ll feel tempted to go for the “light toppings.” Don’t fool yourself; the heavy ones taste better.
  • Froyo Earth

    12519 N. Division, Ste. 5 Spokane - North

    509-325-4910

    This local yogurt chain keeps expanding across the Northwest, adding location after location, in the same manner you’ll add frozen yogurt topping after frozen yogurt topping. Froyo Earth offers customers 10 flavors of yogurt or sorbet along with more than 50 toppings. It’s self-serve — you, and only you, control your froyo destiny. They charge by the ounce, so you’ll feel tempted to go for the “light toppings.” Don’t fool yourself; the heavy ones taste better.
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  • Froyo Earth

    325 S. Sullivan Rd. Spokane Valley

    509-368-9618

    This local yogurt chain keeps expanding across the Northwest, adding location after location, in the same manner you’ll add frozen yogurt topping after frozen yogurt topping. Froyo Earth offers customers 10 flavors of yogurt or sorbet along with more than 50 toppings. It’s self-serve — you, and only you, control your froyo destiny. They charge by the ounce, so you’ll feel tempted to go for the “light toppings.” Don’t fool yourself; the heavy ones taste better.
  • Hacienda Las Flores

    1801 W. Sunset Blvd. Spokane - Downtown

    509-315-8853

    Hacienda Las Flores has everything you’d expect from a family Mexican restaurant. The interior is bright and busy. The custom of passing out chips is taken seriously. The enchiladas, burritos and taco plates are gargantuan. If you still want more, Tuesdays and Thursdays are all-you can-eat tacos for $7. They also have a $5 take-out special and a daily happy hour from 2-5 pm, when you can get two beers for $5 or two margaritas for just $6. (March 2013)
  • The Harvester Restaurant

    401 W. First, Spangle Rural Eastern WA

    509-245-3552

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  • Hello Sugar,

    419 N. Nettleton St. Spokane - Downtown

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  • High Mountain Buffet

    Coeur d'Alene Casino, Worley Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls

    800-523-2464

  • Hogan's Diner

    2977 E. 29th Ave. Spokane - South

    509-535-7567

    Some call it a throwback. Others call it old school. Whatever it is, it’s working. With a 1950s decor and attentive service, Hogan’s is where you go for a burger, a shake and a breakfast big enough to fill you up for the whole day. Can’t put away a couple of pancakes the size of dinner plates? They let grown-ups order off the kids’ menu here.
  • Indaba

    1425 W. Broadway Ave. Spokane - North

    509-443-3566

    The West Central duo of Indaba Coffee and the Book Parlor partner beautifully to create a sense of community, one glorious coffee pour-over at a time. Coffee is crafted here, and the signature drinks, like the Lemon Vanilla Latte, made with house syrup and lemon peel, are truly special. Indaba carries a great assortment of vegan and gluten-free treats. (July 2013)
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  • Ivano's Ristorante

    102 S. First Ave. Sandpoint

    208-263-0211

    Roasted tomato caprese, ravioli toscano, saltimbocca, scaloppini di anatra. Or maybe just tiramisu and an espresso. You’ll feel like you’re in Italy just reading the menu. And owners Jim Lippi and daughter Jessica treat you like family. Gluten-free diners welcome. (July 2013)
  • Jamm's Frozen Yogurt

    3500 Government Way Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls

    208-665-0485

    Jamm’s has ten rotating “taps” of fro yo, and an exotic selection of flavors like french toast, toasted marshmallow, blue raspberry cotton candy and green apple sorbet. And then there’s the 50-plus toppings to choose from, like cheesecake bites, mint meltaways and hot maple walnuts. You could come here every day and try something new.
  • Jamm's Frozen Yogurt

    954 Pullman Rd. Moscow/Pullman

    208-892-8327

    Jamm’s has ten rotating “taps” of fro yo, and an exotic selection of flavors like french toast, toasted marshmallow, blue raspberry cotton candy and green apple sorbet. And then there’s the 50-plus toppings to choose from, like cheesecake bites, mint meltaways and hot maple walnuts. You could come here every day and try something new.
  • The Kenworthy

    508 S. Main St. Moscow/Pullman

    208-882-4127

    This 100-year-old theater on the Palouse is not only used to screen independent, documentary and foreign films, but also hosts concerts and acts as a dance venue. It also features productions by the Moscow Community Theater.
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