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  • Lost Boys' Garage

    6325 N. Wall Spokane - North

    509-443-5023

    This automotive shop-themed bar and grill is serious about customer service and making their guests feel comfortable and part of the community. The menu stays true to the garage theme, split up into compact, mid-size and full-size. Lost Boys mostly offers sandwiches, though there are creative smaller snacks like Texas Toothpicks — freshly battered and fried jalapeños and onions — and larger entrées like "Not Yo Mama's Lasagna." The Garage also offers a cocktail list that pays tribute to everything from car manufacturers to the Chrysler Building. (Dec. 2015)
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  • Mac Daddy's Pub & Grill

    415 W. Hastings Rd. Spokane - North

    509-474-1336

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  • 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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  • 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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  • Midtown Pub

    826 N. Fourth St. Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls

    208-765-3296

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  • 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)

  • 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)
  • My Office

    215 S. Grand Ave. Moscow/Pullman

    509-334-1202

    A regular den for Cougs of all ages, My Office provides traditional pub food from nachos and hot wings to steak and pasta. Catering to the hungry Pullman bar-hoppers until midnight, you can risk an innovative liquor concoction or munch on a My Office burrito while playing a friendly game of darts or pool. (July 2013)
  • Nighthawk Lounge (CdA Casino)

    27068 S. Highway 95, Worley Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls

    800-523-2464

  • 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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  • Northern Ales

    325 W. Third Ave., Kettle Falls Rural Eastern WA

    509-738-7382

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  • Northern Rail Pub

    5209 N. Market Spokane - North

    509-487-4269

  • 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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  • O'Shays Irish Pub & Eatery

    313 Coeur d'Alene Lake Dr. Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls

    208-667-4666

    O’Shay’s menu is completely Irish — well, at least Irish-themed. They offer the traditional Fish and Chips, as well items like Chips and Dublin Pico (chips and salsa). Call for a live music schedule or make your own music on Thursday’s open mic nights. (July 2013)
  • O'Doherty's Irish Grille

    525 W. Spokane Falls Blvd. Spokane - Downtown

    509-747-0322

    Downtown emphasizes the Irish; in the Valley, it's the barbecue. Either place, you’ll find the Irish stew — meaty broth chock-full of veggies and potatoes — and the Burnt End sandwich, which sounds funny, but it's tangy and delicious. And if you're hankering for a Butte meat pasty, this is the place. On the boozing side, O'Doherty's is where you go to get a Johnny Jump-up (a shot of whiskey dropped in a pint of cider). It's also where you go hoping to see someone stand on the bar and sing for a chance to put a dollar bill on the wall. (July 2012)
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  • O'Doherty's Irish Pub & BBQ

    11723 E. Sprague Spokane Valley

    509-924-2578

    The menu here is similar to the downtown O'Doherty's — Irish stew, corned beef and cabbage, fish and chips — with the addition of barbecue dishes like pulled pork, smoked right there in the applewood smoker. You can get Guinness and other Irish favorites on tap, and if you like beer of the root variety, they have their own special blend. The ambience is closer to sports bar than Irish pub, but a sip of the stout will get you in the right mood. (AC)

  • O'Malleys Sports Pub & Grill

    13742 State Rt. 53, Rathdrum Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls

    (208) 687-5996

  • Paddy's Sports Bar

    601 W. Appleway Ave. Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls

    208-765-0701

    Rows of pool tables and ample room to set up a shot make Paddy's the only good venue in Coeur d'Alene if you're looking to play a serious game and split a pitcher without the fiasco of the bar scene. Nights are usually chill, and there's always someone to challenge to a game of pool if you're bored, lonely, or feeling lucky. (January 2013)
  • 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 Inn

    107 W. Ninth Ave. Spokane - South

    509-747-4425

    As Sacred Heart’s campus grows around the Park Inn, this South Hill institution remains untouched by time. They serve straightforward bar fare here, and what we would argue are the cheesiest pizzas you can find in the Inland Northwest. This old-school approach seems to be working — the P.I. is consistently packed with health-care workers, neighborhood regulars, and impromptu class reunions. (July 2013)
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  • Penny's Pit

    14319 Hwy. 53, Rathdrum Rural Idaho

    208-687-2052

    Penny's Pit Pub & Lounge operates out of what was once a video store sandwiched between a car wash, laundromat, Dashco convenience store and gas station. Penny's serves salads, wings, and similar grub, plus burgers named for screen icons: John Wayne with pepper jack, the Classic Marilyn cheeseburger, the Bogart smothered in chili and cheese. The 6-inch tall Gosman, invented by a regular customer, is two patties, each topped with pepper jack and bacon; jalapeno; onion rings; buffalo sauce; a fried egg; and bleu cheese dressing. (May 2014)
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  • Poole's Public House

    101 E. Hastings Road Spokane - North

    509-413-1834

    Poole’s Public House is an excuse for owner Scott Poole to get back to his roots — both childhood and ancestral. Poole returned to his native north Spokane to open the English-inspired pub/restaurant/sports bar with a healthy menu. House favorites include the Devils on Horseback, an English recipe of dates marinated in soy ginger, stuffed with almonds and wrapped in bacon, but traditional meals, like bangers and mash and English po’ boy sandwiches, are popular, too. Don’t forget the dozen English brews and local beer on tap. (July 2013)
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  • The Porch Public House

    1658 E. Miles Ave., Hayden Lake Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls

    208-772-7711

    Like its sisters — Moon Time, the Elk and the Two Seven — The Porch offers something that's hard to find anywhere else: a casual atmosphere with a menu that pushes the limits. They serve up big-time salads, sandwiches and specialties without the big-time price. They offer a good selection of cocktails, wines and microbrews, and they have a sweet outdoor dining area. (July 2013)
  • Post Street Ale House

    1 N. Post St. Spokane - Downtown

    509-789-6900

    Post Street’s prime downtown Spokane location, across from the Davenport Hotel, draws a mix of businessmen, concertgoers, sports fans and college kids. If you go, try the burger, which pairs well with the house sauce. Feeling more adventurous? Go for the fried pickle, a sweet, deep-fried morsel that can be enjoyed with one of their 26 beers. (July 2013)
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  • Prohibition Gastropub

    1914 N. Monroe Spokane - North

    509-474-9040

    Prohibition's candy-coated bacon is one highlight of the restaurant's classic gastropub fare, a menu of burgers, sandwiches, salads and savory, indulgent appetizers. Chef John Leonetti also makes his own beef patty mix for Prohibition's burgers, adding an unusual ingredient alongside the seasoning: coffee grounds. In the bar, the focus leans toward whiskey, bourbon and scotch, but also features several local and regional beer tap handles and regional wines. (July 2016)
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