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  • Daley's Cheap Shots

    6412 E. Trent Ave. Spokane Valley


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  • Darcy's Restaurant & Spirits

    10502 E. Sprague Spokane Valley


  • Dave's Bar & Grill

    12124 E. Sprague Spokane Valley


    With wood-panel walls and old diner chairs, this place isn’t fancified, but the food is good, portions are large, and prices are dirt-cheap. (JF)
  • The District Bar

    916 W. First Ave. Spokane - Downtown


    The District Bar takes traditional bar food in a new direction, with influences from Executive Chef Gary Evans’ love for Southern cooking and appreciation for local favorites. Think “beef patties smothered in BBQ and bacon, paired with Walla Walla onions.” Think “apple cider and brown sugar pork chops.” Think “beer braised short ribs with horseradish and truffle oil.” The bar also features 42 different beer selections. That might be daunting at first, but you can bite into the tap list by ordering a beer flight ($6) with your choice of five three-ounce draft beers. (Feb. 2013)
  • Eichardt's

    212 Cedar St. Sandpoint


    One of Sandpoint’s best spots for live music and good beer, Eichardt’s has a steady stream of musicians playing blues, honky-tonk or jam band fare, while the taps are updated constantly with new micro and craft brews. The clientele is decidedly athletic — mountain bikers, skiers, snowboarders and other such adventurers — so don’t expect chili fries and football. (July 2013)
  • The Elk Public House

    1931 W. Pacific Ave. Spokane - Downtown


    While many restaurants and bars toss the words “pub” or “public house” after their names, The Elk lives up to the spirit of the pub by serving as much as a gathering point for the Browne’s Addition neighborhood as it is an eatery. That’s not to say the food isn’t special, because it certainly is. The menu includes sandwiches, burgers and salads, but if you’ve ever tasted The Elk’s marinated pork soft tacos, that will likely become your go-to menu item. (July 2013)
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  • EPIC

    100 N. Hayford Rd. Airway Heights


    In June 2013, Northern Quest’s sports bar, the Q, was gutted, rebooted and injected with a big dose of — you guessed it — epicness. The massive 10-by-30-foot TV still stretches over the top of the bar, but everything else is new — from the bar back to cushy chairs to a couple of 12-person booths and a dark, woody color scheme.
  • Fast Eddie's

    1 W. Spokane Falls Blvd. Spokane - Downtown


    Loud, sometimes sticky and almost always busy, Fast Eddie's has a reputation as a college bar and a meat market, which is often true. Spacious and comfortable, Fast Eddie’s is sure to be a weekend favorite for the bar-hopping crowd. Keep an eye on their drink specials, too, for bargain sipping. (July 2013)
  • Flamin Joe's

    11618 E. Sprague Ave Spokane Valley


    With 26 house sauces, including flavors like orange ginger and mango habanero, there’s not really any way you could get tired of eating hot wings at Flamin’ Joe’s. Wing lovers and hot sauce lovers alike can basically set their mouths on fire at this place with the Code Red sauce, nicknamed the “widow maker.” (July 2013)
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  • Flamin' Joe's

    7015 N. Division Spokane - North


    With 26 house sauces, including flavors like orange ginger and mango habanero, there’s not really any way you could get tired of eating hot wings at Flamin’ Joe’s. Wing lovers and hot sauce lovers alike can basically set their mouths on fire at this place with the Code Red sauce, nicknamed the “widow maker.” (July 2013)
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  • Geno's Traditional Food & Ales

    1414 N. Hamilton St. Spokane - North


    The latest addition to the Elk Public House family of casual neighborhood restaurants, Geno's differs from its sisters in at least one significant way: french fries. Its spacious dining area opens to a patio protected from the hubbub of Hamilton Street, and the bar offers a selection of exclusively craft beers.
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  • The Gilded Unicorn

    110 S. Monroe Spokane - Downtown


    With a silly name and kitschy artwork covering its walls, The Gilded Unicorn opened last winter in the basement of the Montvale Hotel. In addition to glamorized versions of Rice-A-Roni ($10), and tater-tot casserole ($9), the "Less Hungry" section of the menu has Pigs in a Blanket ($12) featuring a flaky pastry and delicious house-smoked sausage, and a brick-fired pretzel ($9) served with a Gouda fondue. The "More Hungry" section includes creative takes on mac and cheese, Swedish meatballs and a particularly tasty Mini Chicken Dinner, served with pickles, gravy and chicken fat potatoes ($16). (July 2016)
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  • Globe Bar & Kitchen

    204 N. Division Spokane - Downtown


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  • Heritage Bar & Kitchen

    122 S. Monroe St. Spokane - Downtown


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  • Hillyard Library Sports Bar & Barbershop

    2936 E Olympic Ave. Spokane - East


    The Hillyard Library has darts, a virtual golf simulator and a foosball table. On the patio are a fire pit and a covered space to sit underneath or host musicians. The food menu, which has already been tweaked after customer feedback, lists eight styles of nachos ($5-$11) and six different sliders ($2), varying from taco to seafood. With half of the taps devoted to local beer, the selection will also change depending on what customers want. (July 2016)
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  • Hopped Up Brewing Co.

    10421 E. Sprague Ave. Spokane Valley


    What once was an IHOP is now a taphouse. This mom-and-pop brewery came onto the Spokane beer scene in June of 2013 and has been serving up local craft brews ever since. A gable roof with exposed wood ceilings and white walls gives Hopped Up Brewing a bier-haus feel, and it’s evident that simplicity is the key to this charming brewpub. “Everything is as local as it can get,” says brewmaster Steve Ewan. All of the fruit for their beers are grown locally, including cantaloupes grown in the valley and their homegrown raspberries. When you visit, make sure to give their Lemon Cream Ale a try. This refreshing, silver medal-winning beer is sure to make your beer belly happy.
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  • Ichabod's East

    12116 E. Sprague Ave. Spokane Valley


    A divey bar that attracts a loyal clientele of young Spokane Valley residents. Ichabod’s has pool, pull tabs and bartenders who sling cheap drinks. There always seems to be something on special, too. In the past, this Valley standard has been known for hosting metal shows, but that’s dropped off a bit as of late. (February 2012)

  • Jack & Dan's

    1226 N. Hamilton St. Spokane - North


    One of the prime spots — outside of the McCarthey Athletic Center — to watch a Zags game, Jack and Dan’s has long been known as a Gonzaga student, alum and sports fan hangout. Jack Stockton bought this Gonzaga-area mainstay in 1961 and operated it for 14 years before, with partner Dan Crowley, changing the name from Joey's to Jack and Dan's. Open since 1932, the neighborhood tavern is a quiet place to grab a bite of pub food during the day, and a bustling college hangout during weekend nights. (July 2013)
  • Jackson Hole Bar & Grill

    122 S. Bowdish Rd. Spokane Valley


    Sneeze and you might miss the Jackson Hole (or Jackson Hole II — we’ve heard both names). The bar serves standard beer and shots, hosts karaoke on Thursdays and has a few dart boards for the folks who like to game and drink. A reader board behind the bar advertises Jell-O on the menu, too: for $10,000. (February 2012)

  • 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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  • The Lantern Tap House

    1004 S. Perry St. Spokane - South


    The Lantern Taphouse first opened its doors in the Perry Neighborhood in 2009. The Lantern welcomes everyone with an inviting and relaxed environment with plenty of seating and a full menu to compliment the draft craft beers, local wines and spirits. The menu's inspiration comes from the desire to offer all scratch-made food that elevates the quality and experience from typical pubs. (April 2015)
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  • The Lariat Inn

    11820 N. Market St., Mead Spokane - North


  • Litz's Bar & Grill

    204 E. Ermina Ave. Spokane - North


    If you’re bored at Litz’s, there’s something wrong with you. A favorite hangout of Gonzaga students, Litz’s boasts an outdoor sand volleyball court, pool tables, arcade games, shuffleboard, beer pong, karaoke, trivia and other fun activities. There’s always some sort of drink special and the pub food is made from scratch. Try the sweet potato fries with gorgonzola. (July 2013)
  • 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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