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  • 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)
  • Twisp Cafe

    23505 E. Appleway Ave. Liberty Lake

    509-474-9146

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  • 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)
  • The Unforgiven Lounge

    415 W. Hastings Spokane - North

    509-315-4277

    More than a few people who've entered the Unforgiven Lounge say it looks like Vegas. The all-black walls glisten with chrome décor and painted silver waves. A chandelier hangs over a baby grand piano in the corner and the white bar lights up with fluorescent colors that are changed on demand via remote control. The wine and martini bar also offers a menu with American, European and pasta dishes. (April 2014)
  • The View Cafe

    462109 Highway 95, Cocolalla Rural Idaho

    208-265-0750

    Some people might look at a closed restaurant and see only a failed history. But Bob and Susan Short saw something different — a reason to resurrect the View Café on Idaho state Highway 95. After six months of remodeling the 50-year-old landmark, they reopened with snazzy new seating, wood paneling and a corrugated steel and laminate bar/counter area. The menu includes old favorites like the signature chicken fried steak with country gravy , or patty melt on rye with Swiss cheese and grilled onions. Salads include Cobb and bleu cheese with mixed greens, red onion, pear slices and smoked almonds. (CS, 7/10)

  • 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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  • Waffles Plus

    2625 N. Monroe Spokane - North

    509-326-2317

    Inspired by his kids, owner Dale Westhaver decided to get creative, which is why waffles from Waffles Plus come with candy, fruit and ice cream and are topped with their signature syrup and mounds of whipped cream. Westhaver also features bacon and sausage waffles — the meat is just baked right into the waffles. Simple, yet genius. (July 2013)
  • 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.
  • Wild Dawgs

    102 N. Howard St. Spokane - Downtown

    509-255-3688

    This late-night favorite tucked into a tiny space in the Parkade reopened with new owners late in 2013. The most popular gourmet "dawgs" remain on the menu, like the "Funky Mama" with jalapeño, mozzarella, grilled onions, tomato and pineapple sauce, or the "I ♥ Spokane" with cream cheese, bacon, onions, mushrooms, ketchup, mozzarella and pineapple. Diners can opt for a German sausage inside their massive bun, or for the popular veggie dog. And a selection of flatbreads are now on the menu for those who just don't feel like a hot dog. (Nov. 2013)
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  • Windows Restaurant

    303 W. North River Drive Spokane - North

    509-326-8000

    Spokane’s Red Lion Hotel at the Park features more than just room and board. Window of the Seasons, the hotel’s in-house eatery, provides a fine dining experience overlooking the Spokane River. Watch the seasons change as you munch on a barley and duck confit salad or dessert of huckleberry trifle. The restaurant also features local beers and wines, along with a mix of regionally inspired cocktails. (July 2013)
  • Wisconsinburger

    916 S. Hatch Spokane - South

    509-241-3083

    Thanks to Wisconsinburger, Spokanites now have the opportunity to enjoy genuine, deep-fried cheese curds in all their Midwestern glory. The restaurant offers up a menu of hearty burgers and "fried goodies" that defy anyone who believes fresh-and-local is a synonym for health food. Try the Spooner — a burger topped with Wisconsin sharp cheddar cheese, lettuce, tomato, a fried onion ring and a spoonful of house-made bacon jam. (April 2014)
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  • Wolf Lodge Inn

    11741 E. Frontage Rd. Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls

    208-664-6665

    The Wolf Lodge serves up creative appetizers and steaks so big it’s not unusual to share. The classic 34-ounce Rancher, a center-cut top sirloin, is legendary, but if that’s not your style there are myriad other delicious meats to choose from, all prepared over applewood. (July 2013)
  • Wolffy's

    1229 N. Hamilton St. Spokane - North

    509-487-1587

    This staple of the Gonzaga neighborhood serves a lot of regulars and the college kids who can get up early enough for a spot in the tiny diner. They serve big, delicious omelettes, classic burgers and creamy milkshakes. Catch them for breakfast, lunch or an early dinner and enjoy the ‘50s nostalgia that comes with the great food. (July 2013)
  • Wonderland Family Fun Center

    10515 N. Division Spokane - North

    509-468-4386

  • 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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  • Zeppoz

    780 SE Bishop Blvd. Moscow/Pullman

    509-334-7101

  • Zola

    22 W. Main Spokane - Downtown

    509-624-2416

    Quirky and casual, Zola mixes good food, cold drinks and cheap prices into one mean happy hour. Zola partner Jeff Short says the downtown bar holds its happy hour to high standards. “It’s not just our prices,” he says. “Everything we do is made from scratch. We make sure everything is a 9 or 10.” Stop by after work to wind down with their $5.50 food menu. Nothing calms workplace rage like listening to live music from a tilt-o-whirl booth. (July 2013)
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