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  • Grandma Zula's Kitchen

    306 N. Spokane St. Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls


    This down-home restaurant in the old Wooden Shoe space knick-knacks on the wall, water in Mason jars and a whole lot of comfort food, from scratch-baked breads to omelets, burgers, sandwiches and barbecue. (January 2012)
  • Heritage Bar & Kitchen

    122 S. Monroe St. Spokane - Downtown


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  • Hills' Restaurant & Lounge

    401 W. Main Spokane - Downtown


    While the food at Hills’ is often simple, it’s prepared with such care and fresh ingredients that we can’t stop thinking about it. The bar is also notable — their tap selection is usually unusual, and they have surprising reserves of port and scotch. Owner Steve Hill can recommend a hard-to-find beer or whip up a specialty cocktail, if that’s more your speed. (July 2013)
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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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  • Hogan's Diner

    2977 E. 29th Ave. Spokane - South


    Some call it a throwback. Others call it old school. Whatever it is, it’s working. With a 1950s decor and attentive service, Hogan’s is where you go for a burger, a shake and a breakfast big enough to fill you up for the whole day. Can’t put away a couple of pancakes the size of dinner plates? They let grown-ups order off the kids’ menu here.
  • Hop Jack's

    9265 N. Nevada St. Spokane - North


    The local Washington state chain bills itself as a "neighborhood gathering place," and this location near the North Division Y appeals to local families, college students and tired shoppers who just couldn’t get out of Home Depot in time to cook dinner. The burgers are the big draw — there are 14 varieties to choose from — try the jalapeno burger, which comes fully loaded with jalapeno peppers, pepper jack and bacon. But the hook is the drink menu, with fruity martinis served in glasses made of ice and 34-degree tap beer. The first Tuesday of every month is "New Tap Tuesday," when the restaurant features a new regional brewery. (Nov. 2012)

  • Hop Jack's

    14700 E. Indiana Ave. Spokane Valley


  • Hudson's Hamburgers

    207 E. Sherman Ave. Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls


    Don’t order fries (they don’t have ‘em). Don’t ask for lettuce, or tomatoes or any frou-frou blue cheese on your burger (they don’t have any of that, either). Just order one of Hudson’s no-frills burgers. They’ll shape the patty in front of you, throw it on the grill, and once you take a bite, you’ll understand why Inlander readers consistently vote Hudson’s their Best Burger and why after 115 years in business, it’s become an Idaho must-see. (July 2013)
  • Humdinger Drive-In

    205 Hill St., Kellogg Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls


    Under the “worth the drive” category, this Silver Valley drive-in is a little snapshot of small-town America at its best. Peruse the common-sense sayings on the walls and become a fan of Kellogg Wildcat sports while you wait for your order to be cooked, hot and fresh. Don’t forget dessert: ice cream, of course! (CS)
  • 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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  • 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)
  • Manito Tap House

    3011 S. Grand Blvd. Spokane - South


    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


    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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  • Michael D’s Eatery

    203 E. Coeur d’Alene Lake Dr. Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls


    Michael D’s Eatery is the place to go for breakfast in the Lake City — that’s according to Inlander readers who voted this Lake City icon their favorite breakfast spot. Go big, with an order of prime rib and eggs, or feel like you’ve skipped right to dessert with some crepes loaded with fresh, local fruit. Michael D’s is only open for breakfast and lunch, but they’ve started experimenting with “after hours” events complete with live music, burgers and beer. (July 2013)
  • Mike's Burger Royal

    6115 E. Trent Ave. Spokane Valley


  • Moon Time

    1602 Sherman Ave. Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls


    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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  • Nighthawk Lounge (CdA Casino)

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


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  • No-Li Brewhouse

    1003 E. Trent Ave. Spokane - East


    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


    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'Doherty's Irish Grille

    525 W. Spokane Falls Blvd. Spokane - Downtown


    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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  • The Onion

    302 W. Riverside Ave. Spokane - Downtown


    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


    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


    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.

  • Paradise Creek Brewery

    245 SE Paradise St. Moscow/Pullman


    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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