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  • Lovitt Restaurant

    149 Hwy. 395 South, Colville Rural Eastern WA

    509-684-5444

    Overlooking the Colville Valley and the farms that supply the fresh strawberries for its desserts, Lovitt uses only local and seasonal foods — even in the greenest towns, that’s a hard menu to find. Its offerings change with the crop yield, but vegetarian and vegan options abound and all pair well with the view of a sunset from the homey back porch. (July 2013)
  • Manito Tap House

    3011 S. Grand Blvd. Spokane - South

    509-279-2671

    Manito Tap House burst on the scene, was instantly voted Best New Restaurant by Inlander readers, and the bloom has not come off this South Hill rose. Booths, tables, a single stool tucked away at the end of the bar — they’re all still consistently packed. The Taphouse went gastropub and hit their mark, providing high-end comfort food with good ingredients at reasonable prices. Get the yam chips, for God’s sake. For beer nerds, hop-heads and brew connoisseurs, the Manito Tap House rotates dozens of regional or hard-to-find beers on tap. For the uninitiated, the staff will walk you through a wonderland of ales, porters, pilsners and ciders — there are more than 50 tap handles. (July 2013)
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  • Mary Lou's Milk Bottle

    802 W. Garland Ave. Spokane - North

    509-325-1772

    You can't go wrong with diner-style food and 1950s nostalgia, especially at this neighborhood icon. The retro-throwback restaurant at the heart of the Garland District takes customers back to a simpler time, when the burgers were served with homemade milkshakes, the fries were cut fresh, and the bill didn't hit our pocketbooks too hard. You can easily relive the past with a patty melt and a huckleberry milkshake, made (of course) with Mary Lou's own homemade ice cream.
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  • Maxwell House

    1425 N. Ash St. Spokane - North

    509-326-6890

  • Meltz Extreme Grilled Cheese

    1735 W. Kathleen Ave. Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls

    208-664-1717

    The name says it all. Everything at Meltz in Coeur d’Alene is extreme. Even the simple grilled cheese sandwich. That’s right, the masterminds of this venue have found a way to reinvent the classic into a five-star delicacy. To start your finger-licking experience, you get the choice of sourdough, wheat or gluten-free bread. Next comes the most important aspect of your meal: the cheese. Cheddar, fontina, provolone, mozzarella and more are offered at Meltz. Whether you go the simple route, build your own or try your hand at one of the Uncommon sandwiches, your heart will melt and your taste buds will be satisfied. (July 2013)
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  • MickDuff's Brewing Company

    312 N. First Ave. Sandpoint

    208-255-4351

    Brothers Mickey and Duffy Mahoney were early to the region’s craft-beer boom, opening their downtown Sandpoint operation in 2006, and have continued their expansion, last summer debuting a beer hall and production facility. Presently, they’re upping their brewing capacity and are working to get their beer on more of the region’s tap lists. While the beer hall is a must-go during a trip to Sandpoint, their original First Avenue pub and its delectable food menu is still very much in business.
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  • Mike's Burger Royal

    6115 E. Trent Ave. Spokane Valley

    509-534-3113

  • The Monkey Bar

    10605 E. Sprague Ave. Spokane Valley

    509-893-2309

    Be OK with the fact that you will get lost trying to find Monkey Bar, a strip-mall, Cheers-type joint set off from the main drag. But once you’re inside, you’ll find a Mecca of beer, pull tabs, pool and big ol’ plates of fries. When most Valley bars close up shop early, the Monkey Bar staff is committed to keeping the place open until 2 am nearly every night of the week. (February 2012)

  • Monkey Business Cafe

    1913 W. Maxwell Ave. Spokane - North

    509-325-7792

    The name of this West Central sandwich shop, opened in August 2011, refers to the hassle that owner Jocelyn Lill says she went through with the city just to open it. Lill has designed a simple but sweet menu, consisting of hearty sandwiches and salads. Each sandwich is well-balanced — like the BLTT ($6.60), with bacon, lettuce, tomato, turkey and cream cheese, and the option to add avocado, provolone or cranberries. As an added touch, every meal comes with a Dum Dum lollipop. (January 2013)
  • Moon Time

    1602 Sherman Ave. Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls

    208-667-2331

    Moon Time isn’t located in the heart of Coeur d’Alene’s bustling Sherman Ave. And that’s part of its charm. This is where in-the-know locals come for a relaxed English-style pub experience replete with a deep beer, cider and wine menu and exceptional pub grub like the Mediterranean Lamb Burger ($10.50) or the Mango Fish Cakes ($12.95). (July 2013)
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  • MoonDollars Bistro

    609 N. Syringa St., Post Falls Rural Idaho

    208-777-7040

  • Morty's Tap and Grille

    5517 S. Regal St. Spokane - South

    509-443-9123

    Happy hour stretches all day at Morty’s from 7 am-6pm, so it’s never too early to start drinking here. Breakfast is surprisingly good, with no less than six specialty eggs Benedict options on the menu, so start the day with a Bloody Mary, then stay and catch the game on TV. Keep the apps (steak bites!) and drinks flowing, and the next thing you know it’s midnight. (July 2013)
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  • Neato Burrito

    827 W. First Ave. Spokane - Downtown

    509-847-1234

    Get in line at this downtown spot and grab one of the best burritos in the whole damn city. Pick your tortilla (flour, spinach, or what have you), bean (black, pinto), meat (or tofu), sour cream, salsa — you get the point. Prices are low and portions monstrous. While you're munching on your burrito goodness, take in the sounds of whoever happens to be playing at the Baby Bar that night. (Feb. 2013)
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  • Next Door Espresso

    903 W. Riverside Ave. Spokane - Downtown

    509-455-7175

    Just like a next door neighbor, Next Door Espresso knows your style and your routine. Located next to the Spokesman Review and the Federal Courthouse, this little gem is a central location for a lunch out of the office. Grab an herbal tea, a fresh sandwich, or a warm cup of soup and sit down in this simple coffeehouse. (July 2013)
  • No-Li Brewhouse

    1003 E. Trent Ave. Spokane - East

    509-242-2739

    Is there anything better than drinking an ice-cold beer by the water? You can do just that at No-Li Brewhouse, the brewery that created “Spokane Style” beers and has seen their bottles shipped across the country. Enjoy one of their “Usual Suspects,” offered all year round, or a rotating seasonal craft brew, while taking full advantage of their outdoor patio that overlooks the Spokane River. Try their newly released Switch Hitter Golden Ale, which debuted earlier this summer in place of the ever-loved Creme Ale. The brewers at No-Li love to experiment with flavors, so order the “randall,” which changes every few days, and prepare for taste-bud excitement. The randall is a chamber that connects to the keg, freshly infusing beer with whatever they decide to put in it that day.
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  • nYne

    232 W. Sprague Ave. Spokane - Downtown

    509-474-1621

    The chic open space of one of Spokane's greatest nightspots is bringing in a diverse clientele of drinkers, dancers and music lovers. The juxtaposition of the sleek glass neon-green bar, exposed brick walls and half-court basketball hoop makes the venue all-at-once classy and laid-back. Enjoy a signature Dry Fly martini, a late-night menu of Angus beef sliders and spicy pork wings, or simply kick back with a beer. (July 2013)
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  • The Observatory

    15 S. Howard Spokane - Downtown

    509-598-8933

    A toasted PB&J served on paper in a basket is delivered to a customer sitting at the bar. Behind the bar, a telescope on a shelf sits next to a large picture of a skeleton sipping a cocktail. Such is the scene at the Observatory, a new bar and restaurant downtown now open and serving simple, quality sandwiches and cocktails. The food menu lists sandwiches, soups, salads and rotating specials, with sauces and condiments made in-house. (July 2016)
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  • Old European

    7640 N. Division St. Spokane - North

    509-467-5987

    This breakfast and lunch house takes pride in their made-from-scratch goods. Whether you like your morning meal French, Scandinavian or German, Old European has you covered. Think Swedish crepes, Dutch babies and German pancakes. The orange juice is always fresh squeezed. And while breakfast is served all day, Old European has a nice, big lunch menu. (July 2013)
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  • On Sacred Grounds

    12212 E. Palouse Hwy., Valleyford Rural Eastern WA

    509-747-6294

    On Sacred Grounds offers a variety of baked goods ($1.50-$2.25), as well as breakfast sandwiches made with local organic eggs ($2.25-$3). They serve a bleu cheese burger ($3) and ham and turkey sandwiches ($2.75) with cheddar or Swiss cheese piled on organic cracked-wheat bread. Not to mention 15 varieties of woodfire-roasted coffee. (Yvonne Lucero Snow, 7/2011)
  • The Onion

    302 W. Riverside Ave. Spokane - Downtown

    509-747-3852

    Hearty burgers and towers of onion rings promise to send your family home fat and happy. Friendly, prompt service is a plus, and while the ’50s traditional roadside diner atmosphere might be a bit overwhelming for adults, the more things kids have to look at while they munch, the happier they (not to mention their parents) seem. (July 2013)
  • The Onion

    7522 N. Division Spokane - North

    509-482-6100

    Hearty burgers and towers of onion rings promise to send your family home fat and happy. Friendly, prompt service is a plus, and while the ’50s traditional roadside diner atmosphere might be a bit overwhelming for adults, the more things kids have to look at while they munch, the happier they (not to mention their parents) seem. (July 2013)
  • Outlaw Cafe

    5012 N. Market St. Spokane - North

    509-443-5143

    At home among Hillyard’s antique stores is the adorable Outlaw Café, a breakfast/lunch venue that’s family-run in the 1907 Nebraska building (whose second floor used to be a brothel, according to the menu). We love the farmhouse feel and speckled blue enamelware Outlaw serves its coffee in (the kind you use when you go camping). Proprietor Lynn Moore says the cowboy bean soup, homemade quiche and loaded Hardin patty melt ($8.95) are house favorites.

  • Palouse Bar and Grill

    2912 E Palouse Hwy Suite A Spokane - South

    (509) 309-2966

  • Paradise Creek Brewery

    245 SE Paradise St. Moscow/Pullman

    509-338-9463

    Paradise Creek Brewery is “kind of a big deal” in the Palouse region, doling delicious and hilariously named brews out to the thirsty hordes of college students. A Paradise favorite, Huckleberry Pucker Shandy, and Oh Beehave!, a honey pale ale, are almost out of season, so roll in before the September chill hits. But September also heralds Paradise’s new seasonal addition, Alpha Madness. This fall, 160 pounds of fresh hops will ferment into a once-a-year, super-special brew, loaded up into the truck and dumped into the batch within the same day. Named after the enzyme in beer that produces the bitter taste, Alpha Madness is sure to jive with the great selection of timeless beers of this staple Palouse brewery.
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  • Park Lodge

    411 N. Nettleton St. Spokane - Downtown

    509-340-9347

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