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  • Service Station

    9315 N. Nevada St. Spokane - North


    This combination event facility and coffee shop is a Whitworth-area landmark, with shows in the huge venue in back and students (and others) curled up, sprawled out and deep in concentration across the chairs, couches and fireplace of the shop in front. Most of their food (bagels, paninis, pastries) is of the warm-it-up-and-serve variety, but the coffee and hangout factor makes it a can’t-miss joint. (July 2013)
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  • The Shop

    924 S. Perry St. Spokane - South


    Shop owner Yvonne Archer zeros in on serving healthy and largely allergen-free food. Most of the desserts are gluten-free and vegan. There are homemade breakfast cookies, quiches, quinoa salads, sandwiches, veggie burgers and locally made ice cream. Of course there’s coffee, but there’s also beer (some gluten-free), wine (with organic and sulfite-free options), mimosas and honey-sweetened lemonade. And don’t forget the Shop’s beloved outdoor patio, a quintessential South Hill meeting place. (July 2013)
  • Soulful Soups & Spirits

    117 N. Howard St. Spokane - Downtown


    Two words: beer bread. Soulful Soups is a place with — you guessed it — original soups on rotation, and earns high marks for its exceptionally soft and tasty beer bread. Closed for a few hours in the late afternoon, this spot reopens in the evening as a fully stocked bar. (July 2013)
  • South Perry Pizza

    1011 S. Perry St Spokane - East


    It’s hard to believe. Little more than three years ago, South Perry Pizza became the first full-service dinner restaurant in the neighborhood, spearheading its transformation into a vibrant destination. From the minimalist interior to a menu that covers the basics, simplicity is their mantra. And it works. Classic thin crust pies such as the house pizza ($14) — which features pepperoni, mushrooms, sausage and caramelized onions — satisfy the traditionalists, while the mascarpone-based prosciutto pizza ($14) is more reminiscent of its European counterparts. (July 2013)
  • Sparky's Firehouse Subs

    3003 E. Mission Ave. Spokane - North


    The most expensive sandwich at this excellent little deli costs a dime over seven bucks (roast beef). Every sandwich is made fresh, and they have some smokin’ sauces like basil pesto, horseradish and BBQ. (TLM)
  • Spuds Waterfront Grill

    102 N. First Ave. Sandpoint


  • Sub-Division

    1418 N. Division St. Spokane - North


    Hard-to-find location off Division? Check. Plastic chairs? Check. Half-hearted sports motif and pair of noisy retro arcade games? Double-check. Despite its weirdness, Sub-Division has a lot going for it, including 23 different old-school, no-frills sandwiches and soup. (JS)
  • Tecate Grill

    2503 W. Wellesley Ave. Spokane - North


    North-siders in the know go for Taco Tuesday, where it's all-you-can-eat tacos —soft or crispy — for $5 plus a beverage.
  • Thai Ginger

    300 S. Grand Ave. Moscow/Pullman


    If you don’t mind enduring a lack of atmosphere for the sake of brilliant food, then start your voyage to Thai Ginger. The curry and tom yum soups are served in flaming bowls, and the peanut sauce is so delicious that its memory will haunt you for days.
  • Top of China Buffet

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


    It’s sort of cheating to include a buffet here. After all, you can order just about anything and it’s all-you-can-eat. So at Top of China, take note of otherwise high-priced seafood and meat entrees like cheese mussels, peel-and-eat shrimp and General Tso’s chicken. Even for dinner ($10.49), it can be a bargain if you have a solid buffet strategy. (CS)
  • Wah Hing

    15512 Hwy. 41, Rathdrum Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls


    Rathdrum isn’t known for its bustling eateries or five-star dining, but Wah Hing definitely puts the town on the map. Head down Highway 41 into the small town and on the left you’ll see Wah Hing, an old steak house that serves authentic Asian and American food. Local favorites? Grab a to-go container of hot and sour soup, get a bite of almond chicken, or take a swig from one of the many oriental beers available. Though English is hit-and-miss with the staff, they’ll serve you up a dish of the real deal for a good price. (January 2013)
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