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  • Ivano's Ristorante

    102 S. First Ave. Sandpoint


    Roasted tomato caprese, ravioli toscano, saltimbocca, scaloppini di anatra. Or maybe just tiramisu and an espresso. You’ll feel like you’re in Italy just reading the menu. And owners Jim Lippi and daughter Jessica treat you like family. Gluten-free diners welcome. (July 2013)
  • Jack & Dan's

    1226 N. Hamilton St. Spokane - North


    One of the prime spots — outside of the McCarthey Athletic Center — to watch a Zags game, Jack and Dan’s has long been known as a Gonzaga student, alum and sports fan hangout. Jack Stockton bought this Gonzaga-area mainstay in 1961 and operated it for 14 years before, with partner Dan Crowley, changing the name from Joey's to Jack and Dan's. Open since 1932, the neighborhood tavern is a quiet place to grab a bite of pub food during the day, and a bustling college hangout during weekend nights. (July 2013)
  • John's Alley

    114 E. Sixth Ave. Moscow/Pullman


    If you like strong drinks and live music, John’s Alley is your place. Basically the only venue of its kind in the Moscow/Pullman area, John’s Alley hosts regular live music — both local and touring acts. Have fun and dance, or play those deer hunter video games. (July 2013)
  • Knitting Factory

    919 W. Sprague Ave. Spokane - Downtown


    Downtown’s biggest rock venue has won a loyal regional following. Amid the constant flux of the Spokane all-ages scene, the Knitting Factory has consistently worked to welcome young music lovers. Here, you’ll see everything from local music showcases to big national acts. It's pretty much THE place to catch mid-level to big-name touring acts. (July 2013)
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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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  • LeftBank Wine Bar

    108 N. Washington St. Spokane - Downtown


    Feeling a little inexperienced or intimidated by snooty oenophiles swishing and spitting at upscale wine bars or wineries? LeftBank makes it easy to educate your palate, with over 60 wines by the glass, and $5 happy hour glasses and $10 flights, which is a miniature wine tasting in itself. The atmosphere is polished yet cozy. Its warm, earthy interior and toasty fireplace offer a contrast to the cool glass of the chandeliers and sleek furniture. A heavy rotation of local art bedecks the walls, and Friday and Saturday nights bring live music. (July 2013)
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  • Lion's Lair

    205 W. Riverside Ave. Spokane - Downtown


    Chances are you’ve driven by this bustling joint. Perfect for socializing and located on the corner of Browne and Riverside, The Lions Lair offers live music, DJ’s, affordable drinks, and prime outdoor seating.
  • 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)
  • Luigi's Italian Restaurant

    245 W. Main Ave. Spokane - Downtown


    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)
  • Luna

    5620 S. Perry St. Spokane - South


    Up on the far southern edge of Spokane’s South Hill, Luna somewhat hides in a mostly residential neighborhood pocket off Regal Street, but don’t let its lower visibility keep you from finding this gem. The natural-light filled restaurant offers a seasonal, scratch-made and local-ingredient focused menu, not unlike its regional counterparts. Though it offers favorites like wood-fired pizza made in an oven imported from Naples, Italy, Luna also caters to those with gluten sensitivities. In the summer, don’t miss the chance to sit on Luna’s beautifully shaded patio.
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  • Melting Pot

    707 W. Main Ave. Spokane - Downtown


    The Melting Pot combines three things revered by nearly every human being: alcohol, chocolate and melted cheese. Better yet, this dining experience offers something most can’t — you get to engage in every part of the cooking process. Located at the center of each table is a hot plate where a variety of cheeses, bases, and broths are mixed together to create the traditional fondue pot. With spiky fondue forks, patrons get to cook their own veggies and meats at the table, dip breads into cheese, and “ohh” and “ahh” over the decadent flavors filling their plates. Finish with a dessert cocktail and chocolate fondue. Your table’s bill can add up quickly, though, with a typical dinner for two running around $80 — less, if you don’t drink as much as we do. (January 2013)
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  • Mike's Welcome Tavern

    21 S. Dishman Rd. Spokane Valley


    Owned by an adjacent dealership, Mike’s is fitted with cushy Hyundai bar stools. It looks like a hard-knock dive, but the service is attentive and gracious. (The bathrooms also smell amazing.) “Most of the goofies stay out because it’s a clean, good place and I’m a hard-ass,” says the house manager. (BT)
  • The Mill

    2360 N. Old Mill Loop Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls


    The chainsaws on the bar and vintage handsaws strung across the walls makes this strip mall bar a perfect fit for Idaho. It's not an all-night stop, but definitely good for an after-work rendezvous or precursor to a night on the town. Mostly bar food, beer and wine, the game on TV, plenty of tables for you and your crew and a clever theme that caters to lovers of lagers and loggers alike. (January 2013)
  • Mingles Bar and Grill

    120 S. Main St. Moscow/Pullman


    If you long to be in a giant room filled with pool tables, this is the bar for you. It’s a friendly place and the perfect spot to kick back and relax with friends — if you’re into that sort of thing. (TH)
  • Mizuna

    214 N. Howard St. Spokane - Downtown


    Originally a vegetarian restaurant, Mizuna has expanded its menu over the years to meet the needs of ominvores, too. But rest assured, vegans and vegetarians — your offerings are still prepared on a separate workspace and grill. Mizuna’s menu changes seasonally to showcase fresh, locally sourced ingredients. A great wine selection, dim lighting, exposed brick walls and elegant décor make this one of Spokane’s most romantic restaurants. Sit in the alley in the summer and pretend you’ve been transported to a quaint European city.
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  • Moezy Inn

    2723 N. Monroe St. Spokane - North


    Moezy Inn has a weird, casual, kids' clubhouse feeling — except, you know, for all the drunks. The ceiling is slung low (like the folks on their stools), the walls are wood-paneled and the lone hot dog in the machine looks like a decoration (or a great dare in the making). It's a beer/wine joint, but they sell lottery tickets if you're feeling lucky. (JF)
  • The Monkey Bar

    10605 E. Sprague Ave. Spokane Valley


    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)

  • Monterey Cafe

    9 N. Washington St. Spokane - Downtown


    Maybe it’s the brightly colored island theme, but there’s something about Monterey that beckons us to come in, sit all day, drink beer, eat pizza and sing karaoke. It’s a breezy, friendly place that’s open for lunch, dinner and late-night snacking, and you can sing karaoke there any night of the week. Choose from a massive menu of pizzas, like the savory Beach Comber, with creamy garlic sauce, ham, bacon and pineapple. Also watch out for Monterey’s amazing specials, like half-off pizza day. (July 2013)
  • 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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  • Moon's Mongolian Grill

    6429 N. Division Spokane - North


    The pastel décor and oldies melodies lend Moon’s Lounge a distinct airport lounge atmosphere. The majority of patrons are retired blue-collar types with a penchant for Black Velvet & water and vodka tonics. The lounge menu is limited. Head over to the grill for more choices. (CJ)
  • Moose Lounge

    401 E. Sherman Avenue Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls


    The Moose Lounge, with its earthy, antique-like decor, hosts frequent events like live music and trivia nights for those looking for some variety in the typical bar scene. The bar also hosts karaoke, with plenty of country and classic rock represented. Try some Moose Drool if you’d like your drink to match the atmosphere. (July 2013)
  • Mootsy's

    406 W. Sprague Ave. Spokane - Downtown


    Mootsy’s is Spokane’s quintessential rock dive. The walls are covered in concert posters, the beer is cheap and the music is almost always loud. But even if a show isn’t going on, swing on by for anything from a craft beer to a cocktail. There are also beer specials, including $2 pints on Friday evenings and $1 PBRs on other occasions. (July 2013)
  • Morty's Tap and Grille

    5517 S. Regal St. Spokane - South


    Happy hour stretches all day at Morty’s from 7 am-6pm, so it’s never too early to start drinking here. Breakfast is surprisingly good, with no less than six specialty eggs Benedict options on the menu, so start the day with a Bloody Mary, then stay and catch the game on TV. Keep the apps (steak bites!) and drinks flowing, and the next thing you know it’s midnight. (July 2013)
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  • Mulligan's Bar & Grille

    506 Appleway Ave. Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls

    208-765-3200 x310

    Similar in style to the Coeur d’Alene Resort, with plush and hushed blue and beige decor, yet more casual in tone and price (check out the $5 lunch menu). Caters to travelers, comfort-hounds and golfers (a “mulligan” is a golf “do-over”). Try the Absolut Cosmopolitan from the $5 martini menu. (CS)
  • Nectar

    105 W. Sixth St. Moscow/Pullman


    The twinkling glow of candles on tables with fresh flowers gives Nectar an almost ethereal atmosphere. The food, however, is what truly makes this a delightful spot. The ever-changing menu features gourmet items made using local ingredients, allowing you to treat yourself without breaking the bank. (July 2013)

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