Locations with Kid-Friendly

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  • Sushi Yama

    13032 W. Sunset Hwy. Airway Heights

    509-244-3545

  • Sweet Frostings Blissful Bakeshop

    15 S. Washington St. Spokane - Downtown

    509-242-3845

    The staff at this darling bakery is just as sweet as the cupcakes, macaroons and no-bake cookies they sell, making a visit to either of their boutique bakeries a treat on so many levels. Red velvet, salted caramel, chocolate sugar cake, toasted coconut, lemon smoothie, key lime pie — trying to choose just one cupcake from the colorful display at Sweet Frostings is hard, but with a super-fine crumb and magical frosting, there are no bad options. (July 2013)
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  • Sweet Lou's

    477272 U.S. 95, Ponderay Rural Idaho

    208-263-1381

    Chad and Maggie Foust now own two outposts in North Idaho: the Sweet Lou's in Hope and this new location in Ponderay. Emphasizing family recipes, they churn out house-made items like it’s nobody’s business, including hand battered onion rings and daily soups. Their ribs are smoked St. Louis-style, but you can choose from one of three homemade sauces: the house, bourbon or chocolate. Their popular bison ribs would make even the likes of Fred Flintstone jealous, they say. (Nov. 2012)
  • Sweet Peaks Ice Cream

    108 N. Fourth St. Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls

    208-666-0832

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  • Sweetgrass Cafe

    27068 S. Highway 95, Worley Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls

    800-523-2464

  • The Swinging Doors

    1018 W. Francis Ave. Spokane - North

    509-326-6794

    Watch your favorite sports team on one of the Swinging Doors’ 60 televisions and get a free steak dinner on your birthday. Does it get any better? It’s a fun atmosphere with games galore and classic pub fare. Order one of their 27 beers on tap on their new, spacious patio. (July 2013)
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  • Syringa Japanese Cafe

    1401 N. Fourth St. Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls

    208-664-2718

    Syringa serves up sushi so delicious that those who don’t make reservations often find themselves waiting in line. Try the Spice Duck Tataki, a pan-seared, Togarashi-dusted muscovy duck breast served atop a bed of onions and garlic-soy reduction.
  • The Station House Bar & Grill

    3020 E. Queen Spokane - East

    509-842-2325

    With an open view into the kitchen, customers can watch the chefs prepare their sandwiches with fresh ingredients and Petit Chat Bakery bread before placing them in cast-iron skillets to cook in the oven. All pizzas ($10) are build-your-own 12-inch pies, with no additional charge for toppings. The backyard offers covered booth and patio chair seating, along with a beanbag toss, a shed housing pool and darts, and soon a stage for musical acts. (July 2016)
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  • Tomato Street

    221 W. Appleway Ave. Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls

    208-667-5000

    Pasta, pizza, parmigiana and Pallame are just a few mainstays on Tomato Street’s menu that should get your mouth watering. Voted Best Italian in the Inlander’s Best Of poll, Tomato Street’s lively atmposphere, fun-loving staff and great food make this an ideal place to meet friends or family for a fun meal. The seemingly endless supply of garlic bread doesn’t hurt, either. (July 2013)
  • Tomato Street

    6220 N. Division Spokane - North

    509-484-4500

    Pasta, pizza, parmigiana and Pallame are just a few mainstays on Tomato Street’s menu that should get your mouth watering. Voted Best Italian in the Inlander’s Best Of poll, Tomato Street’s lively atmposphere, fun-loving staff and great food make this an ideal place to meet friends or family for a fun meal. The seemingly endless supply of garlic bread doesn’t hurt, either. (July 2013)
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  • Trinity at City Beach

    58 Bridge St. Sandpoint

    208-255-7558

    The patio of Trinity is practically on City Beach, offering picturesque views of Lake Pend Oreille. No room outdoors? No worries. The entire back wall is made of glass to allow a view from any seat. The menu, featuring choices like steamed mussels, filet mignon and Portobello mushroom ravioli, is complemented by the extensive wine list. (July 2013)
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  • Two Seven Public House

    2727 S. Mt. Vernon St. Spokane - South

    509-473-9766

    The Two-Seven is pub food done right. Here, greasy French fries are replaced with spiced corn pasta and the burgers are made of beef or lamb. The eatery opened in 2008 as a sister restaurant to Moon Time, The Porch and The Elk in Browne’s Addition. The South Hill joint is family- and vegetarian-friendly. It also boasts a full bar, rotating beers on tap, and an outdoor patio. (July 2013)
  • Vina Asian Restaurant

    2303 N. Ash St. Spokane - North

    509-328-2197

    You can get good Chinese and Vietnamese food at plenty of spots around town, but Vina has something most others don't: the Hot Pot. Basically, you get a heating element, giant bowl of broth and your choice of rice noodles, meat and veggies brought to your table for a build-your-own soup adventure. Though you can fill your soup with as much meat as you can consume, they also have a vegetarian tofu soup or a seafood option for those less inclined. It’s impossible not to get hooked. Cool down with a honeydew melon or taro bubble tea. (May 2013)
  • Waddell's Brewpub & Grill

    6501 N. Cedar St. Spokane - North

    509-321-7818

    For Waddell’s Neighborhood Pub & Grille, size matters. Look around the vast Five Mile location, and you see a huge restaurant, a long bar, an extra room that opens to the outdoors. Look at a beer menu, and you find a lengthy array of beer styles, offering something flavorful for virtually every type of beer sipper. Brewmaster Bryan Utigard says he plans on doubling the brewery’s output in the coming year, as soon as three new fermenters are brought in to match his ambitions. In the meantime, his beer is slowly spreading through the region, most recently in North Idaho, available in “all the major places around Spokane where you find great beer.” And next year, he’s hoping you’ll find cans of Waddell’s beer in stores as well.
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  • Wall Street Diner

    4428 N. Wall St. Spokane - North

    509-325-4730

    A favorite spot for weekend breakfasts, brunches and lunches, Wall Street Diner, nearly hidden in a residential neighborhood of north Spokane, has an old-fashioned counter and a cozy adjoining dining room. Expect to spend between $10 and $15 for a meal that will keep you filled up for the rest of the day.
  • The Yards Bruncheon

    1248 W. Summit Pkwy. Spokane - Downtown

    509-290-5952

    In Kendall Yards development, across from the Inlander offices, The Yards offers both classic and innovative diner fare. The banana pancakes are delicious, of course. Want something bolder? Order the French toast burger — a burger in between two maple-syrup-soaked pieces of French toast. Our favorite is the massive breakfast poutine, complete with sausage gravy and candied bacon. It’s enough for at least two.
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