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  • True Legends Grill

    1803 N. Harvard Rd. Liberty Lake


    Sure, the entrance is like a maze. But with new ownership and a fresh menu, this iteration of Liberty Lake’s same-place, new-face sports bar looks determined to succeed. Stay rich by ordering several plates from the happy hour menu (3-6 pm) — stay classy by calling it tapas. (AM) TRY Creamy garlic chicken flatbread pizza ($5 during happy hour)

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  • Twisted Earth Grill

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


    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)
  • Waddell's Neighborhood Pub & Grille

    4318 S. Regal St. Spokane - South


    This South Hill sports-bar stalwart does everything well, from the 30 beers on tap to the slate of well-executed pub grub. It does everything you’d expect, and one thing you might not. Waddell’s — we’re not kidding — is the keeper of what, in our experience, is the absolute biggest non-food-competition burger in the area. Their Cougar Gold Burger is massive, stacking ham atop two beef patties atop deep fried onions and drizzling the whole affair in WSU’s namesake cheese. We’re a staff of big eaters, but this delicious monstrosity was more than we could handle. Waddell’s claim to fame is being featured on Guy Fieri’s Food Network show, Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives, in 2010. (July 2013)
  • Wall Street Diner

    4428 N. Wall St. Spokane - North


    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.
  • Wendi's Hot Rod Cafe

    11923 E. Trent Spokane Valley


    Roll back in time at Wendi’s Hot Rod Cafe. With brightly painted walls adorned with car memorabilia and James Dean posters, it's like taking a seat in the '50s. Grab a hefty burger, a basket of fries and a gigantic shake for a sweet deal. From vanilla to apple pie, they’ve got a shake for everyone, and you can’t say no to the refill tin they bring out with it. (Nov. 2015)
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  • Wisconsinburger

    916 S. Hatch Spokane - South


    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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  • Wolffy's

    1229 N. Hamilton St. Spokane - North


    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)
  • Zeppoz

    780 SE Bishop Blvd. Moscow/Pullman


  • Zola

    22 W. Main Spokane - Downtown


    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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