Locations with Menu

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  • Impulse

    100 N. Hayford Rd. Airway Heights


    If you need a break from the slot machines or need to work off that big meal you indulged in at one of Northern Quest’s restaurants, head to Impulse, the resort’s nightclub. Step up to the big horseshoe bar or get out on the dance floor during karaoke or DJ nights, then head back out to the casino floor for some more action. (July 2013)
  • Ivano's Ristorante

    102 S. First Ave. Sandpoint


    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)
  • Jalapeno's Mexican Restaurant

    314 N. Second Ave. Sandpoint


  • Jamm's Frozen Yogurt

    3500 Government Way Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls


    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


    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.
  • JJ's Tap & Smokehouse

    8801 N. Indian Trail Rd. Spokane - North


    Wanting to give JJ's a new look and more consistent theme, new owners Ian McQueen and Justin Oliveri decided to focus on smoking. The main features on the new food menu are handheld, including a Tri-Tip Dip ($14) with smoked provolone cheese, horseradish aioli and au jus on a hoagie roll, and BBQ Beef Brisket ($13) with crispy onion straws and coleslaw on a brioche bun. All sauces are made in-house, and many dishes feature local bread from Petit Chat Village Bakery. (July 2016)
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  • Joe's Philly Cheesesteak Factory

    102 Church St. Sandpoint


    The aroma of grilling meat and onions might lure you from First Avenue to check out this side-street eatery. Burgers, egg sandwiches and, of course, cheesesteaks (beef and chicken both) served up hot and fast. Call ahead and they'll have 'em ready when you arrive. (September 2012)
  • Joel's Mexican Restaurant

    229 Church St. Sandpoint


    With some of the region’s best burritos, Joel’s (which started as a taco truck) serves delicious and varied San Diego-style burritos, wrapped tight in paper, full of juice and flavor. Plus the staff is super-friendly, they make good horchata, and they’ve got a front patio that’s perfect in the summer for watching people cruise by on their bikes. (July 2013)
  • Kalico Kitchen

    2931 N. Division Spokane - North


    At this popular little spot on the down-slope of North Division, everything feels spare and utilitarian, but the service is attentive. The extensive breakfast menu has choices from egg combos to waffles to omelets, along with a few house specialties — scrambles, breakfast burritos and even eggs benedict — thrown in for variety.
  • King's Restaurant

    17005 E. Sprague Ave. Spokane Valley


  • Kinja Japanese & Korean Restaurant

    7458 N. Division St. Spokane - North


    Tucked into the corner of the Dollar Tree Shopping center on North Division, the family-run business serves up sushi as well as an array of other dishes. The Jane Roll — shrimp tempura and crab topped with spicy tuna, sauce and crunch — is one among many of the items on the conveyor belt that rolls plates of sushi, fried seafood and desserts ($1.50-$4.50) around the seating area. A meat lover can order the teriyaki beef or spicy pork and chicken. A bento box comes with a choice of meat along with rice, salad and a side option such as gyoza (pot stickers).
  • Knight's Diner

    2909 N. Market St. Spokane - North


    A breakfast staple since 1949, Knight’s is also a love letter to Hillyard’s rail-riding past. The diner — whose employees steam and hand-peel 100 pounds of Idaho Russet potatoes daily — is housed in an old dining car from the Northern Pacific Railway. With plenty of bacon and eggs to go along with your taters, what else do you need?
  • Kootenai River Brewing Co.

    6424 Riverside St., Bonners Ferry Rural Idaho


  • Laguna Café

    2013 E. 29th Ave. Spokane - South


    After eight and a half years on Regal Street, Laguna’s owners decided it was time to move the cafe to a larger space, while keeping all the other aspects of Laguna as much the same as possible. The new location (as of mid-2015) on East 29th Avenue in the Grapetree Village Shopping Center offers additional seating space, a full bar, more parking and a bigger patio, while retaining a drive-through. Laguna's menu of mostly burgers, filet mignon, ribs and salads has remained the same, but there are plans to make some additions to it now that the new location is officially open. (July 2016)
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  • Lalo's Pizza

    909 S. Grand Blvd. Spokane - South


    Lalo's on the South Hill offers fresh-made dough and heaps of saucy cheese — try the specialty pie called Lava Flow, a uniquely spicy combination of Sriracha, jalapeños, and a house "Lalo sauce." The pizza parlor works in tandem with next-door bar Press by sharing outdoor seating and offering single slices during late-night weekend hours. (June 2014)
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  • Lasagna's-On-Ya

    521 E. Holland Ave. Spokane - North


    Pick up pre-made lasagnas inside this family-run operation on Holland Avenue or just swing through the drive-thru. There are five basic kinds to choose from, ranging from the classic meat lasagna to the Tuscan chicken (there are even gluten-free options). Don’t worry, they have more. Cheese lasagnas are offered and you can also craft your own delicious Italian dish. Just in case that didn’t fill you up, pick up some tiramisu or one of the seven different flavors of cheesecake (we suggest you try the huckleberry). (August 2012)
  • Le Peep Cafe

    1884 W. Bellerive Ln., #101 Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls


    The decor at Le Peep includes photographs Northwest water scenes that play off the restaurant’s waterfront location in the Riverstone development. Owners Maggie and Dave Kemp — aka “Mama Peep” and “Papa Peep” — help out as needed to create a welcoming atmosphere for breakfast, lunch and evening eating. Brunch standards include the Harvest Benedict with English muffin, two eggs, Hollandaise, sautéed spinach, cream cheese and veggies, the Monte Cristo Crepes with raspberry dipping sauce and specials like Idaho Trout and Eggs and Tri-Tip Chimichanga. They’ve also added beer and wine, plus appetizers like potato skins and spinach artichoke dip, ideal for patio dining in warmer weather. (July 2013)
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  • Le's Teriyaki

    2018 N. Hamilton St. Spokane - North


    The pho that comes from Le's Vietnamese kitchen tastes like the old country; the Chinese kitchen puts out stir-fry dishes plus fried rice, noodles, broccoli beef, sesame chicken and the signature teriyaki chicken with a choice of mild or spicy sauce. An all-you-can-eat buffet is served at lunch on weekdays.
  • LeftBank Wine Bar

    108 N. Washington St. Spokane - Downtown


    Feeling a little inexperienced or intimidated by snooty oenophiles swishing and spitting at upscale wine bars or wineries? LeftBank makes it easy to educate your palate, with over 60 wines by the glass, and $5 happy hour glasses and $10 flights, which is a miniature wine tasting in itself. The atmosphere is polished yet cozy. Its warm, earthy interior and toasty fireplace offer a contrast to the cool glass of the chandeliers and sleek furniture. A heavy rotation of local art bedecks the walls, and Friday and Saturday nights bring live music. (July 2013)
  • Legends of Fire

    100 N. Hayford Rd. Airway Heights


    This is the only true cigar bar in the region and Northern Quest has taken advantage of that fact with this throwback lounge. Low lights, low chairs, a swank bar with deep reserves of whiskey, scotch, and cognac. And, oh, that smell. Cigarettes aren’t allowed, but the warm, earthy aroma of fine cigars is everywhere.
  • Lindaman's

    1235 S. Grand Blvd. Spokane - South


    It’s tough keeping up on the next big food trend, but Lindaman’s has managed to balance new flavors with classic favorites for almost 30 years, to the delight of foodie regulars, some of whom, Merrilee Lindaman insists, “come in every day.” Low-key lunch favorites include Merrilee’s wildly popular romaine salad, chicken pot pie, nanaimo bars, and a gluten-free peanut butter chocolate chip oatmeal cookie. (July 2013)
  • Linnie's Thai Cuisine II

    2526 E. 29th Ave. Spokane - South


    The menu here is classic Thai — curries, satay, rice and noodle dishes. New customers will want to try their fantastic pad thai and their famous housemade peanut sauce, Linnie’s serves many dishes that can be prepared gluten-free or vegetarian. End the meal with a dish of ice cream and sticky black rice.
  • Liquid

    100 N. Hayford Rd. Airway Heights


    This is a classy cocktail bar, with two big glass ribbons projecting slowly cascading digital waterfalls and a beautiful, three-dimensional topo map projecting upward to the ceiling located in the middle of the Northern Quest Casino. Sit down for a drink and play one of the video slot machines built into the bar.
  • Loaf & Ladle

    124 S. 2nd Ave. Sandpoint


  • Logan Tavern

    1305 N. Hamilton Spokane - East


    Mon-Thu 11 am-midnight; Fri 11 am-2 am; Sat 10 am-2 am; Sun 10 am-midnight
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