Locations with Menu

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  • Sundown Saloon

    2691 W. Seltice Way Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls

    208-765-6585

  • 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)
  • 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)
  • Tacos Tumbras

    1325 W. Second Ave. Spokane - Downtown

    509-456-8226

    After having opened, then closed, then opened again, Tacos Tumbras is thriving in its downtown location. Owner Carlos Zuniga, Jr., says the recipes are mostly from his family, but they’ve updated a few over the years. He recommends the fish taco ($3), which is made with fresh tilapia, cilantro, onion, cabbage and special sauce. The torta ($7), a Mexican sandwich, comes packed with meat, lettuce, tomato, beans and sour cream on toasted Mexican bread — a soft, semi-sweet bread that melts in your mouth. (February 2013)
  • Taqueria Guerrero

    8021 E. Sprague Spokane Valley

    509-893-2281

    Tacos for a buck — now that's a deal. Especially when they’re soft-corn tacos served simply with onion, cilantro and a spritz of lime. Tamales, gorditas, tortas, combos — all here. It’s tiny, but the vibrantly hued walls make the place cheery. And ya gotta feel good about a Mexican restaurant where most of the customers are speaking Spanish. (AC)
  • Taste Cafe

    180 S. Howard St. Spokane - Downtown

    509-468-2929

    It’s easy to go overboard at Taste. Indulge in the café’s case of fresh and innovative salads — the pasta-pesto-pea and the golden beet are standouts. Taste also slam-dunks “comfort food” with their grilled sandwiches, mac & cheese, pot pies and fresh-from-the oven cookies. And if you get there early enough for breakfast, grab a cup of coffee and their sinful, amazing twice-baked almond croissant. Arrive early on Thursdays for gluten-free treats that sell out quickly. (July 2013)
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  • Taste of India

    3110 N. Division St. Spokane - North

    509-327-7313

    This place is all about options. Order individual dishes off the menu, or hit up the lunchtime buffet and nibble on the ever-changing array of dishes like chicken biryani (spiced chicken with basmati rice), aloo palak (potatoes, spices and spinach) and daal makhni (lentils, spices and butter). No matter what you decide, don’t forget the naan; the traditional Indian bread is delightful.
  • Thai Bamboo

    2010 N. Fourth St. Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls

    208-667-5300

    Whether you’re the kind of person who always goes for the safe — yet still tasty — order of pad thai noodles, or consider yourself a more adventurous diner whose goal is to try everything on Thai Bamboo’s diverse and extremely varied menu, you’re bound to be satisfied and full when you leave any of the four locations. Great food, good service, prices and portions — it all adds up to Thai Bamboo repeatedly being voted Inlander readers’ favorite Thai restaurant.
  • Thai Bamboo

    5406 N. Division St. Spokane - North

    509-777-8424

    Whether you’re the kind of person who always goes for the safe — yet still tasty — order of Phad Thai noodles, or consider yourself a more adventurous diner whose goal is to try everything on Thai Bamboo’s diverse and extremely varied menu, you’re bound to be satisfied and full when you leave. Great food, good service, prices and portions — it’s all part of the equation that adds up to Thai Bamboo being voted Inlander readers’ favorite Thai restaurant.
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  • Thai Bamboo

    2926 E. 29th Ave. Spokane - South

    509-232-8424

    Whether you’re the kind of person who always goes for the safe — yet still tasty — order of Phad Thai noodles, or consider yourself a more adventurous diner whose goal is to try everything on Thai Bamboo’s diverse and extremely varied menu, you’re bound to be satisfied and full when you leave. Great food, good service, prices and portions — it’s all part of the equation that adds up to Thai Bamboo being voted Inlander readers’ favorite Thai restaurant.
  • Thai Bamboo

    12722 E. Sprague Ave. Spokane Valley

    509-444-8424

    Whether you’re the kind of person who always goes for the safe — yet still tasty — order of Phad Thai noodles, or consider yourself a more adventurous diner whose goal is to try everything on Thai Bamboo’s diverse and extremely varied menu, you’re bound to be satisfied and full when you leave. Great food, good service, prices and portions — it’s all part of the equation that adds up to Thai Bamboo being voted Inlander readers’ favorite Thai restaurant.
  • The Otis Grill

    21902 E. Wellesley Ave., Otis Orchards Liberty Lake

    509-922-9136

    Old photos from Otis Orchards' past fill the walls in this open and airy casual spot for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The menu is filled with down-home dishes like chicken fried steak, burgers, grilled chicken and beer-battered shrimp. Save room for a milkshake or the Extreme Root Beer Float. (AC)
  • The Zzu Bar & Grill

    1525 NE Merman Dr. Moscow/Pullman

    509-332-2000

    Most days of the week, The ZZU is like any other college bar. But on Tuesdays, it morphs into a frenzy of karaoke, tacos and — get this — $0.50 beers. Skip laundry this week and put your quarters to a more respectable use. (Also, Queen is never a good karaoke choice. Just sayin’.) (TH)
  • Tito's Italian Grill & Wine Shop

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

    208-667-2782

    Tito’s Italian Grill and Wine Shop upped the elegance two years ago, shifting to cloth tablecloths, adding candles and expanding its wine cellar to 125 labels. The new everyday menu features plenty of small plates, salads, brick-oven pizzas and a smattering of entrées. (July 2013)
  • 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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  • Tony’s on the Lake

    6823 E. Coeur d’Alene Lake Dr. Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls

    208-667-9885

    Tony’s, about five miles southeast of the Coeur d’Alene Resort, sits alongside one the lake’s many inlets, a location that allows diners to feel far from Coeur d’Alene’s summer bustle. The Northern Italian-influenced menu includes appetizers like cicchetti, small Venetian plates that include items like almond crusted duck tenders, toasted ravioli and fried dough with salami (gnocco fritto con affetati) along with more familiar antipasto salads. The menu is full of seafood options — mussels, calamari, prawns and fresh fish of the day — but turf is also well-represented. (July 2013)
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  • Top of India

    11114 E. Sprague Spokane Valley

    509-927-0500

    This Spokane Valley gem offers an authentic Indian menu in a quiet, welcoming environment ideal for enjoying kormas (try the mushroom), paneers and pakoras. The recently redesigned interior boasts modern, clean lines that dominate the space, while rich colors add a touch of the exotic. The cuisine is equally well thought out and beautifully prepared; try the buffet to sample as many flavors as possible.
  • 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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  • Twigs Bistro

    401 E. Farwell Rd. Spokane - North

    509-465-8794

    Don’t skip over the appetizers at this popular local chain. Inlander readers picked Twigs as their favorite in the annual Best Of poll. And it’s a delicious way to start a meal — try the Butternut Squash Flatbread or the Ahi Sashimi. When you’re ready to move on to dinner you’ll find a solid, diverse menu: steaks, fancy mac and cheese, an assortment of pizzas and an entire gluten-free menu. With five locations, Twigs is around wherever you need it: downtown, in the Valley, up north and on the South Hill. This Wandermere location is the largest, with a small man-made lake in back. (July 2013)
  • Twigs Bistro

    4320 S. Regal St. Spokane - South

    509-443-8000

    Don’t skip over the appetizers at this popular local chain. Inlander readers picked Twigs as their favorite in the annual Best Of poll. And it’s a delicious way to start a meal — try the Butternut Squash Flatbread or the Ahi Sashimi. When you’re ready to move on to dinner you’ll find a solid, diverse menu: steaks, fancy mac and cheese, an assortment of pizzas and an entire gluten-free menu. With five locations, Twigs is around wherever you need it: downtown, in the Valley, up north and on the South Hill. (July 2013)
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  • Twigs Bistro

    14728 E. Indiana Ave. Spokane Valley

    509-290-5636

    Don’t skip over the appetizers at this popular local chain. Inlander readers picked Twigs as their favorite in the annual Best Of poll. And it’s a delicious way to start a meal — try the Butternut Squash Flatbread or the Ahi Sashimi. When you’re ready to move on to dinner you’ll find a solid, diverse menu: steaks, fancy mac and cheese, an assortment of pizzas and an entire gluten-free menu. With five locations, Twigs is around wherever you need it: downtown, in the Valley, up north and on the South Hill. (July 2013)
  • Twisted Earth Grill

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

    800-523-2464

    Located in the Circling Raven Golf Course clubhouse, Twisted Earth serves virtually every sandwich known to man and cinnamon roll pancakes you can’t get anywhere else. Patio dining offers an epic view of the wetlands. (July 2013)
  • 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)
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