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  • Aloha Island Grill

    1220 W. Francis Ave. Spokane - North

    509-413-2029

    Spokane might be one of the last places you’d expect to feel like you’re in a tropical paradise. Thanks to the wonderful people of Aloha Island Grill, our neck of the woods gets transformed into a beach with their Hawaiian cuisine. It’s the only place in Spokane to get Moco Loco, the classic Hawaiian dish that mixes rice, Spam and a fried egg; you can also nibble on island favorites like teriyaki, macaroni salad and chicken katsu.
  • Aloha Island Grill

    1724 N. Monroe St. Spokane - North

    509-327-4270

    Spokane might be one of the last places you’d expect to feel like you’re in a tropical paradise. Thanks to the wonderful people of Aloha Island Grill, our neck of the woods gets transformed into a beach with their Hawaiian cuisine. It’s the only place in Spokane to get Moco Loco, the classic Hawaiian dish that mixes rice, Spam and a fried egg; you can also nibble on island favorites like teriyaki, macaroni salad and chicken katsu.
  • Lavadog

    180 W. Hayden Ave., Hayden Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls

    208-818-9564

    This isn't your typical hot dog with the typical fixings. Think pineapple relish and guava mustard and you get some idea of the creativity put into the dogs by owners Eric and Sabra Burkholder. Whether you like sweet or spicy, Lavadog has you covered, even serving up Hawaiian-style pulled pork sandwiches for the non-dog lovers.
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  • Poke Express

    905 S. Grand Blvd. Spokane - South

    509-960-7739

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  • The Wave

    525 W. First Ave. Spokane - Downtown

    509-747-2023

    Formerly Raw Sushi, the Wave morphed from Raw’s Hawaiian-Sushi fusion into Hawaiian-Sushi-American sports bar. Customers at The Wave can bite into a burger, follow it with a sushi roll and partake in the sweet sounds of amateur karaoke, while watching Monday Night Football on one of 23 HD screens. Restaurant workers in Spokane tend to have a special fondness for The Wave: On Sundays, it gives anyone from the service industry 25 percent off.
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