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  • Revolver Bar & Lounge

    221 N. Division Spokane - Downtown

    509-290-6816

  • Revolver North

    633 W. Garland Ave. Spokane - North

    509-473-9885

    The Revolver Garland location mirrors the original in many ways, with cheap beer, no-frills decor, and pinball machines.
  • Rick's Ringside Pub

    921 W. Garland Ave. Spokane - North

    509-324-9718

    If there’s anything better with a bar than good food, it’s a bar with good food within walking distance. Rick’s is to the Garland District what the Elk is to Browne’s Addition: casual and smack dab in the middle of a residential area. It’s a classy dive with pool, ping pong and food competitive to the big daddy of Spokane bar food, the Swinging Doors. (BT)
  • Rico's

    200 E. Main St. Moscow/Pullman

    509-332-6566

    Usually a bar is a place to gather with friends and drink. Rico’s book-lined interior, however, gives students a study spot and an excuse to study under the influence. If you prefer to keep your nightlife and work life separate, there is also live jazz music and an ever-changing beer selection. (July 2013)
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  • The Ridler Piano Bar

    718 W. Riverside Ave. Spokane - Downtown

    509-822-7938

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  • The Riff

    215 W. Main Ave. Spokane - Downtown

    509-279-2921

    Riff is the definition of a hole-in-the-wall bar in more ways than one. The cheap beer, small venue, and rock-and-roll posters seem to be dead giveaways. If you’re into PBR, Jimi Hendrix, and a bar where everyone knows your name, check it out. (July 2013)
  • Ripples Riverside Grill

    700 N. Division St. Spokane - Downtown

    509-323-2577

    Ripples constantly has a band playing, a drink special or two, and a good view of Spokane scenery. Pair this with classic American cuisine and a casual atmosphere, and you have a great place for lunch and a few drinks after dinner. Sit on the patio during the summer for lunch and enjoy the Spokane River. Enjoy the indoor dining hall when temperatures cool. (February 2013)
  • River City Brewing

    121 S. Cedar St. Spokane - Downtown

    509-413-2388

    River City Brewing has earned the loyalty of local craft beer drinkers with their consistent quality and friendly taproom, and it’s been keeping them busy — the brewery has been winning awards at beer festivals left and right. Their staple River City Red won gold in the American Amber Ale category at the 2014 Washington Beer Awards, and their Congratulator Doppelbock won silver in the American Strong Ale category at the WBA this year. They’re about to roll out distribution of their most popular beers in southern Idaho, and they’ve also been experimenting with new styles, like nitro beer and wine barrel-aged Huckleberry Ale. They’re hoping to begin bottling brews by the end of the year, and plan to ramp up production to 1,200 to 1,500 barrels in the next year.
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  • The Rock Bar & Lounge

    13921 E. Trent Ave., Spokane Valley Spokane - East

    509-443-3796

    The Rock’s classic rock atmosphere can be seen even in its menu, where items are named after rock-and-roll legends. This place is equipped with a game room, large patio, and plenty of TVs.
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  • Rocker Room

    216 E. Coeur d'Alene Ave. Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls

    208-676-2582

  • Ruins

    825 N. Monroe Spokane - Downtown

    In the mood for a snack? Hungry for good company? Ruins has you covered. This recently revived downtown bar offers a rotating menu of salads, small plates and sides to complement it’s intricate craft cocktail menu. The bar is flexible too, rotating local brews on tap as well as ciders, bottles, wines and wells. With a warm and friendly atmosphere and mother-certified dessert, Ruins promises you’ll never get bored.
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  • Rusty's Bar and Grill

    9205 N. Government Way, Coeur d'Alene Rural Idaho

    208-772-2400

  • Safari Room

    111 S. Post St. Spokane - Downtown

    509-789-6800

    The little sibling of the Davenport’s Peacock Room, the Safari Room mimics the Gilded Age splendor of the original while projecting a Hemingway-style masculinity. The drink menu is huge, and the top-shelf selection is extensive. The food offerings span breakfast, lunch, and dinner — as you’d expect from The Davenport, the quality is exceptional. Happy hour runs from 4-6 pm and features half-price flatbreads and half-price drinks. If you’re ending your night at this upscale enclave, order one last martini and take advantage of the late night menu. (July 2013)
  • Salty Dog Eatery

    718 S. Main St., Deer Park Spokane - North

    509-276-1990

    The fried fish is some of the best around: In season they use fresh halibut, hand-cut and dipped in a light batter then served with tartar sauce made on the premises. The burgers are hand-formed with extra lean ground beef from Eggers Meats. Get past the humble exterior and enter the warm, wood-paneled sports bar within.
  • Sapphire Lounge

    901 W. First Ave. Spokane - Downtown

    509-747-1041

    This jewel in the Hotel Ruby slings drinks and bites. A glass bubble chandelier spills luminous orbs from the ceiling and a mosaic of stained glass cutouts illuminate the bar. Order a specialty flatbread and a French 75 from one of their skilled mixologists. (July 2013)
  • Saranac Public House

    21 W. Main Ave. Spokane - Downtown

    509-473-9455

    This is the type of restaurant that does it all, and does it well. Need to place for a quiet lunch? Done. Excellent happy hour? They've got it. A place to start a raucous night of partying? Covered. Their thoughtful vegetarian and gluten-free dishes are clearly marked on the menu. But their buffalo chicken sandwich is killer, as is their beer selection. And there’s nothing wrong with staying there all night, if that’s your scene. Sunday is all-day happy hour, so most drinks are $5 or under, and it’s a comfortable spot for drinks with friends or a beer before a movie at the neighboring Magic Lantern Theater. (July 2013)
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  • Satellite Diner & Lounge

    425 W. Sprague Ave. Spokane - Downtown

    509-624-3952

    On your best nights, the nights where you really have fun, this is your last and final stop. This is where you stumble in, tired, maybe a little tipsy, at 2:30 am (it’s open until 4) and eat what you’ve been craving. Pancakes. Omelets. Buffalo chicken wraps. The Steamer burger. If you dare, dive into the extreme menu, including The Billy Breen, a bacon burger with grilled cheese sandwiches for buns.
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  • Scotty's Doghouse

    1305 N. Hamilton Spokane - East

    509-241-0208

    Owner Scott Wilburn is an avid skier and sports fanatic. With nine TVs in his pub, you’ll never miss a sporting event. While you can grab a drink and catch a game on the weekdays, Scotty’s transforms on the weekends, featuring DJs, dancing, strobe lights and good music. Wilburn hopes to create a community and a space for people to come hang out. Decorate your own mug as a part of the mug club loyalty program, or just swing in for a friend chicken and waffle cone. (Nov. 2015)
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  • Scratch

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

    208-930-4762

    Scratch originated in downtown Spokane with a full bar, a larger menu and location, and the connected Rain Lounge bar, compared with its sister restaurant of the same name in Coeur d’Alene. Located at the corner of Fifth Street and Sherman Avenue, Scratch CdA is a cozy place for a leisurely weekend breakfast, lunch al fresco on a warm summer day or an intimate dinner any time of the year. Their open floor plan and low-slung booths lining the abundant windows create a casual vibe, while the wine list and a seasonally varying menu provide for fine dining.
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  • The Screaming Yak

    118 W. Francis Ave. Spokane - North

    509-464-3641

    With wings so hot they could make a yak scream, this North Side staple is a straightforward sports bar, with TVs, pool, videogames and pull tabs. Try the Screamin’ Demon wings, but only if you dare. You need to sign a waiver before you attempt to consume these bad boys. If you can’t take the heat, try the sliders or their decidedly upscale burgers. (July 2013)
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  • Selkirk Pizza & Tap House

    12424 N. Division Spokane - North

    509-464-3644

    The former Fat Daddy's Pizza at the Wandermere Mall in North Spokane got a complete renovation to become Selkirk Pizza & Tap House, but a large portion of the pizza-focused menu has remained the same. An optional self-service ordering system streamlines dining, especially for groups like sports teams. (June 2014)
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  • The Shanty

    4711 W. Ferrel St. Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls

    208-664-9590

  • Silver Fox

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

    208-667-9442

  • Slice & Biscuit

    125 E. Second St. Moscow/Pullman

    208-877-2054

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