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  • Sala Thai

    12924 W. Sunset Hwy. #104, Airway Heights Spokane - West

    509-244-4800

    Sala Thai prides itself on making every dish fresh, by hand, and the vast array of flavorful dishes and sauces certainly deliver. You can find all the classic Thai dishes, but delve into the more rare fare like the Spicy Old Man, a stir-fry with fresh chilies as the star, or the Spicy Duck served on a sizzling platter to taste all Sala Thai has to offer.
  • San Francisco Sourdough

    23801 E. Appleway Ave. Liberty Lake

    509-927-3594

    Come here for a sandwich when you’re craving some great sourdough bread. With locations also on the South Hill and Coeur d’Alene, you probably won’t have to go far. There’s a lot to choose from: good meats, cheeses and veggies. Being a part of a national chain, they’ve got the formula down and, if you get overwhelmed, the staff will happily recommend something for you. The garlic pesto sandwich is perfect if you’re looking for something flavorful. (September 2012)
  • Santé Restaurant & Charcuterie

    404 W. Main Ave. Spokane - Downtown

    509-315-4613

    There are many reasons everyone raves about this local, fine-dining stalwart. The award-winning, French inspired eatery, run by Chef Jeremy Hansen, is unlike any other in town, with its unwavering adherence to sustainable food practices, including a nose-to-tail butchering philosophy and the careful selection of only the best ingredients from area farms. Almost every item (save for things like cheese) on the menu, from the meat to the sauces and bread, are made in house, and the staff at Santé can tell you exactly where each ingredient in your dish came from.
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  • Savage Land Pizza

    700 S. Dishman Rd. Spokane Valley

    509-924-3876

    Sun-Thu 11 am-9 pm; Fri-Sat 11 am-10 pm
  • The Scoop

    1001 W. 25th Ave. Spokane - South

    509-535-7171

    The Scoop is the South Hill’s perfect hideaway for families, bike geeks, and bike-geek families. The small neighborhood parlor has technicolor walls and a kids corner and serves sinfully delicious ice cream on homemade waffle cones. Also check out their selection of sandwiches (including a brilliant breakfast bagel) and, in summer, their excellent patio.
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  • Scratch

    501 E. Sherman Ave. Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls

    208-930-4762

    Scratch originated in downtown Spokane with a full bar, a larger menu and location, and the connected Rain Lounge bar, compared with its sister restaurant of the same name in Coeur d’Alene. Located at the corner of Fifth Street and Sherman Avenue, Scratch CdA is a cozy place for a leisurely weekend breakfast, lunch al fresco on a warm summer day or an intimate dinner any time of the year. Their open floor plan and low-slung booths lining the abundant windows create a casual vibe, while the wine list and a seasonally varying menu provide for fine dining.
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  • Scratch

    1007 W. First Ave. Spokane - Downtown

    509-456-5656

    Scratch originated in downtown Spokane with a full bar, a larger menu and location, and the connected Rain Lounge bar, compared with its sister restaurant of the same name in Coeur d’Alene. The chic vibe of Scratch Spokane and its convenient location near several performance venues makes it an ideal stopover before or after an event.
  • Seasons of Coeur d'Alene

    209 E. Lakeside Ave. Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls

    208-664-8008

    This 200-seat, 9,000-square-foot space is a massive undertaking for a city the size of Coeur d’Alene, and it has an equally outsized menu of some 30 options (grilled cheese to a New York steak), aimed at the entire spectrum of price points ($8-$29 respectively). (July 2013)
  • Second Avenue Pizza

    215 S. Second Ave. Sandpoint

    208-263-9321

    Ever actually weighed a pizza? The Juke Box Special pizza at Sandpoint’s Second Avenue Pizza weighs in at a shocking 7 pounds. Other “piled-high specialty pizzas” are also heavy-duty, with fresh ingredients for the summer boating crowd or those who need an after-mountain meal. Speaking of which, the Schweitzer Ski Flake might grab your attention with spinach, tomatoes, garlic, mushrooms, feta and asiago cheese and black olives. (July 2013)
  • Selkirk Pizza & Tap House

    12424 N. Division Spokane - North

    509-464-3644

    The former Fat Daddy's Pizza at the Wandermere Mall in North Spokane got a complete renovation to become Selkirk Pizza & Tap House, but a large portion of the pizza-focused menu has remained the same. An optional self-service ordering system streamlines dining, especially for groups like sports teams. (June 2014)
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  • Shari's

    240 N. Sullivan Rd. Spokane Valley

    509-926-5977

  • Shoga Sushi Bar

    41 Lakeshore Drive, Sagle Sandpoint

    208-265-2001

    The decor at Shoga combines Japanese decor and a Northwest lodge-like setting — think kimonos on pine paneling with red linen napkins, white china, black tables and a river rock fireplace. Entree options include the typical chicken or beef teriyaki and some fusion variations like the ⅓-pound Kobe burger with ginger aioli ($11). The Kake-Udon is a savory Dashi broth with sautéed vegetables and tofu over tender Udon noodles ($9), perfect for a chilly winter evening.
  • Side Street Place

    1780 E. Schneidmiller Ave. Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls

    208-777-8444

  • Smacky's on Broadway

    6415 E. Broadway Ave. Spokane Valley

    509-535-4230

    “You could eat here twice a week for a year and never have the same thing twice,” says owner Mike Ackermann, who named Smacky’s after the pet monkey he owned when he was growing up in the Philippines. The shop has earned a passionate following for its array of deli sandwiches, French dips, panini, wraps, and a few Smack Attack sandwiches, including the massive Napoleon — and each sandwich always comes with pretzels and a pickle. (Sept. 2013)
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  • South Fork Public House

    1680 S. Grand Ave. Moscow/Pullman

    509-332-3675

    American College towns aren’t typically known for their classy restaurants with high-quality customer service and a commitment to hospitality. South Fork breaks that mold. Try the Cougar Gold Mac & Cheese, which uses a local and delicious favorite ingredient, and don’t forget to pay the full bar a visit. (July 2013)
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  • South Hill Grill

    2808 E. 29th Ave. Spokane - South

    509-536-4745

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  • Sparky's Firehouse Subs

    3003 E. Mission Ave. Spokane - North

    509-535-0900

    The most expensive sandwich at this excellent little deli costs a dime over seven bucks (roast beef). Every sandwich is made fresh, and they have some smokin’ sauces like basil pesto, horseradish and BBQ. (TLM)
  • Spencer's for Steaks & Chops

    322 N. Spokane Falls Ct. Spokane - Downtown

    509-744-2372

    Steak Spencer’s delivers top-notch, no-nonsense food in a decidedly elegant setting. They use the highest quality dry-aged USDA Prime cuts and cook them at temperatures up to 1,600 degrees to sear in the juices. The filet is so tender, you almost don’t need a knife. The strawberry shortcake gives you the most bang for your buck. (July 2013)
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  • Spuds Waterfront Grill

    102 N. First Ave. Sandpoint

    208-265-4311

  • Sri Prasert Thai Bar & Grille

    5908 E. Broadway Ave. Spokane Valley

    509-534-3040

  • Stacks at Steam Plant

    159 S. Lincoln St. Spokane - Downtown

    509-777-3900

    You could argue that Stacks at Steam Plant is Spokane’s most iconic restaurant: what other eatery has giant smokestacks sprouting from the top of it? There’s a range of steak, fish, poultry and pasta dishes on the menu and, of course, lots of beer-infused recipes, inspired by its on-site craft brewing operation, Steam Plant Brewing Co. (July 2013)
  • Steam Plant Brewing Co.

    159 S. Lincoln St. Spokane - Downtown

    509-777-3900

    Not long after the property was turned from an industrial behemoth to a proudly preserved icon of the Spokane skyline, Steam Plant Brewing Co. started making beer there. Patrons of the brewery — located at the bottom of a flight of stairs, smack-dab in the center of the plant, where the afternoon sunlight illuminates the bar top from the cathedral-like atrium above — can even take a peek through an observation window to see Steam Plant’s 10-barrel system at work. With a lineup of standard faves always on tap, like the popular Double Stack Stout, enjoy a pint at the bar, in a growler to go or get a keg for your next big get-together.
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  • Steelhead Bar & Grille

    218 N. Howard St. Spokane - Downtown

    509-747-1303

    With good prices, better burgers and fantastic shoestring fries, the Steelhead has long been considered one of the cornerstones in downtown Spokane’s dining scene. The menu also features seafood and other entrees. From 3-6 pm, world-weary 9-to-5ers are known to congregate over a $2.50 pint (or $5 schooner if it’s been an especially hard day) for happy hour. (July 2013)
  • Stella's Cafe

    917 W. Broadway Ave. Spokane - Downtown

    509-326-6475

    Stella’s offers vegetarians, vegans and carnivores alike a variety of yummy lunch options. The tofu banh mi is the cafe’s most popular dish so far, consisting of soy and ginger marinated tofu topped with pickled daikan radish, pickled cucumber, pickled carrots, pickled red pepper, cilantro and sriracha aioli. (July 2013)
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  • Sukiyaki Inn

    119 N. Bernard St. Spokane - Downtown

    509-624-0022

    Sushi, especially when drinking (Sapporo, Tiger, whatever), is not an endeavor to baby around with. Not at Suki Yaki anyway. The last time we were there a young lady was fiddling with her sushi. An incredibly friendly member of the staff came over, added wasabi to soy sauce, took her chopsticks, picked up a piece of unagi and shoved the whole thing in her mouth. The moral of the story? You guessed it: the Sushi chef at Suki Yaki will try to steal your girlfriend. One last little koan for you: Drinking sake is great. Drinking sake by the glow of arcade games is better. (LB)
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