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  • Laguna Café

    2013 E. 29th Ave. Spokane - South

    509-448-0887

    After eight and a half years on Regal Street, Laguna’s owners decided it was time to move the cafe to a larger space, while keeping all the other aspects of Laguna as much the same as possible. The new location (as of mid-2015) on East 29th Avenue in the Grapetree Village Shopping Center offers additional seating space, a full bar, more parking and a bigger patio, while retaining a drive-through. Laguna's menu of mostly burgers, filet mignon, ribs and salads has remained the same, but there are plans to make some additions to it now that the new location is officially open. (July 2016)
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  • The Lantern Tap House

    1004 S. Perry St. Spokane - South

    509-315-9531

    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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  • Latah Bistro

    4241 S. Cheney-Spokane Rd. Spokane - South

    509-838-8338

    Their website includes the phrase: “Nature changes daily so does our menu.” They get all their food from farmers in or near Spokane. Latah is always looking to produce tasty food while maintaining respect for the environment. Join them for a truly classy meal. (July 2013)
  • Legends of Fire

    100 N. Hayford Rd. Airway Heights

    509-242-7000

    This is the only true cigar bar in the region and Northern Quest has taken advantage of that fact with this throwback lounge. Low lights, low chairs, a swank bar with deep reserves of whiskey, scotch, and cognac. And, oh, that smell. Cigarettes aren’t allowed, but the warm, earthy aroma of fine cigars is everywhere.
  • Longhorn Barbecue East

    2315 N. Argonne Rd. Spokane Valley

    509-924-9600

    The Longhorn has been a Spokane institution since they set up shop back in the ’50s, and they’ve been filling the stomachs of the Inland Northwest with their massive proportions ever since. The secret of their beloved barbecue? All of their ribs, steaks and chicken are smoked in pits with a combination of apple, cherry, alder and birch woods. (July 2013)
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  • Longhorn Barbecue West

    7611 W. Sunset Hwy., Airway Heights Spokane - West

    509-838-8372

    The Longhorn has been a Spokane institution since they set up shop back in the ’50s, and they’ve been filling the stomachs of the Inland Northwest with their massive proportions ever since. The secret of their beloved barbecue? All of their ribs, steaks and chicken are smoked in pits with a combination of apple, cherry, alder and birch woods. (July 2013)
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  • Luigi's Italian Restaurant

    245 W. Main Ave. Spokane - Downtown

    509-624-5226

    Craving Italian? Voted Best Italian for more than 10 years by Inlander readers, Luigi’s serves traditional Italian favorites. Although it’s tempting to fill up on the hot sourdough bread and garlic butter, pace yourself. Minestrone soup is next (why have a salad when their homemade soup is this good), followed by an entrée like veal piccata or chicken cacciatori. Need some gluten-free or carb-free options? No problem. (July 2013)
  • MacKenzie River Pizza Co.

    405 W. Canfield Ave. Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls

    208-772-5111

    With a northern Rockies lodge feel, eating pizza sounds much more cozy in this Montana-based chain. Nearly two dozen pizzas are on the menu, with toppings like pine nuts, crumbled bleu cheese and mandarin oranges. Creative toppings rest on sourdough, natural grain, and thick or thin crust, including one that's gluten free. (April 2013)
  • MacKenzie River Pizza Co.

    9225 N. Nevada St. Spokane - North

    509-413-1043

    With a northern Rockies lodge feel, eating pizza sounds much more cozy in this Montana-based chain. Nearly two dozen pizzas are on the menu, with toppings like pine nuts, crumbled bleu cheese and mandarin oranges. Creative toppings rest on sourdough, natural grain, and thick or thin crust, including one that's gluten free. All three Spokane locations (downtown, upper South Hill and the north end of Nevada Street) are spacious and work well for large groups and date nights alike. (April 2013)
  • MacKenzie River Pizza Co.

    2910 E. 57th Ave. Spokane - South

    509-315-9466

    With a northern Rockies lodge feel, eating pizza sounds much more cozy in this Montana-based chain. Nearly two dozen pizzas are on the menu, with toppings like pine nuts, crumbled bleu cheese and mandarin oranges. Creative toppings rest on sourdough, natural grain, and thick or thin crust, including one that’s gluten free. Both Spokane locations (downtown, upper South Hill and the north end of Nevada Street) are spacious and work well for large groups and date nights alike. (April 2013)
  • 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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  • Max at Mirabeau

    1100 N. Sullivan Rd. Spokane Valley

    509-922-6252

    Max at Mirabeau is the Spokane Valley’s answer to fine dining. They pride themselves on creating innovative cuisine with the freshest locally sourced ingredients they can find. For that, Max at Mirabeau has been awarded with a slew of awards at Epicurean Delight and has earned a faithful following that extends well beyond Spokane Valley.
  • Mustard Seed

    4750 N. Division St. Spokane - North

    509-483-1500

    You can still get your favorite dishes like the Shrimp Osaka and Bong Bong Chicken, but after more than 20 years in business, The Mustard Seed isn’t resting on its laurels. This year they added quite a few new pan-Asian dishes to their menu, including the Ahi Tuna appetizer, Chicken Teriyaki and Green Beans and Pad Thai Noodles with shrimp or chicken. Make a reservation during Spokane Restaurant Week in February, when we’re guessing their chefs will be trying out even more new dishes.
  • 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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  • Palm Court Grill

    10 S. Post St. Spokane - Downtown

    509-789-6848

    Several years ago, the Davenport Hotel renovated its Palm Court Grill, adding a bar in the middle of the space and televisions for the sporting crowd. Along with this change came the decision to drop the restaurant’s dress code, making for fine dining in a more casual, relaxed environment, despite the historic hotel’s elegant atmosphere. Based on your mood or occasion, go for the exquisite, salt-crusted prime rib, or for the equally tasty charbroiled cheeseburger. Don’t fret, non-omnivores — there’s also a roasted butternut squash ravioli and vegan stuffed peppers on the Palm Court’s dinner menu. Should you want to go with a true Davenport classic, order the famous Davenport Crab Louis salad.
  • Peppers Grill & Bar

    1616 South Windsor Dr. Spokane - West

    509-789-1261

    From soup, to salad, steak to salmon, Peppers Grill and Bar serves Mediterranean-inspired cuisine. The quiet locale on Sunset Hill near the Spokane International Airport serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, with the lounge open into the night. Much-loved staples like Caesar salad fill the menu, highlighted by some more complex dishes such as their seafood-stuffed beef shoulders served on a bed of garlic risotto. (February 2013)
  • 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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  • 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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  • Prospectors

    12611 N. Division St. Spokane - North

    509-467-6177

    Prospectors’ natural log interior and granite fireplaces give this north-side restaurant a mountain lodge feel. So of course what you want here is comfort food. And that’s what you get at Prospectors. In epic portions. Burgers, brick-oven-cooked pizza, po’ boys and “Mom’s Meatloaf” are served up at lunch and dinner, and hearty country-style breakfasts start the morning right. (July 2013)
  • Red Tail Bar & Grill

    37914 S. Hwy 95, Worley Rural Idaho

    1-800-523-2464

    This Northwest-themed grill located in the Coeur d’Alene Casino is all about customer comfort. Formerly known as hn’ya’(pqi’n’n or “The gathering place,” Red Tail provides a menu that’s better than the standard pub fare, with chili lime marinated carne asada, smoked brisket sandwiches and their signature Indian tacos, made with a traditional fry bread recipe and topped with Montana buffalo chili. (July 2013)
  • Remington's Restaurant & Lounge

    8909 W. Airport Dr, Spokane Airway Heights

    509-838-5211

    Remington's is divided into three parts: the lounge, the café and the dining room. If you want drinks, go for the lounge. If you want cheap, go for the café — it's not as plush and intimate as the dining room, but the prices are a lot lower. (CJ)
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  • 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)
  • Rock City Grill

    2911 E. 57th Ave. Spokane - South

    509-455-4400

    The restaurant plans to reopen on the South Hill, in the former Famous Ed's location, on July 10.
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  • The Rusty Moose

    9105 W. SR 2 Spokane - West

    509-747-5579

    It may only be five minutes west of downtown Spokane, but the ambience of the Rusty Moose makes you feel like you’re in a cozy, mountain resort. The restaurant serves up 16 different types of burgers, as well as sandwiches, wraps and seasonally served fresh fish. You can leave with a full belly, but don’t leave empty-handed. Rusty’s sells three exclusive varieties of spices, as well as glassware and coffee and signature wine. (July 20130
  • 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)
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