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  • Santé Restaurant & Charcuterie

    404 W. Main Ave. Spokane - Downtown

    509-315-4613

    There are many reasons everyone raves about this local, fine-dining stalwart. The award-winning, French inspired eatery, run by Chef Jeremy Hansen, is unlike any other in town, with its unwavering adherence to sustainable food practices, including a nose-to-tail butchering philosophy and the careful selection of only the best ingredients from area farms. Almost every item (save for things like cheese) on the menu, from the meat to the sauces and bread, are made in house, and the staff at Santé can tell you exactly where each ingredient in your dish came from.
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  • 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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  • Satay Bistro

    2501 N. 4th St. Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls

    208-765-2555

    One of Coeur d’Alene’s best fine dining experiences is located, improbably, between Taco Bell and the Long Ear music store. Satay offers a wide selection of wines, an upscale fusion menu and plenty of elegance. You can enjoy trademark satays (meaning skewered, grilled meat) like filet beef with Shiitake mushroom demi-glace or some Red Chili Scallops. They also serve a range of salads, pasta dishes, and steaks. Owner Rob Elder assures the menu is always evolving. (July 2013)
  • 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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  • Scratch

    1007 W. First Ave. Spokane - Downtown

    509-456-5656

    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. The chic vibe of Scratch Spokane and its convenient location near several performance venues makes it an ideal stopover before or after an event.
  • Seasons of Coeur d'Alene

    209 E. Lakeside Ave. Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls

    208-664-8008

    This 200-seat, 9,000-square-foot space is a massive undertaking for a city the size of Coeur d’Alene, and it has an equally outsized menu of some 30 options (grilled cheese to a New York steak), aimed at the entire spectrum of price points ($8-$29 respectively). (July 2013)
  • Spencer's for Steaks & Chops

    322 N. Spokane Falls Ct. Spokane - Downtown

    509-744-2372

    Steak Spencer’s delivers top-notch, no-nonsense food in a decidedly elegant setting. They use the highest quality dry-aged USDA Prime cuts and cook them at temperatures up to 1,600 degrees to sear in the juices. The filet is so tender, you almost don’t need a knife. The strawberry shortcake gives you the most bang for your buck. (July 2013)
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  • Stacks at Steam Plant

    159 S. Lincoln St. Spokane - Downtown

    509-777-3900

    You could argue that Stacks at Steam Plant is Spokane’s most iconic restaurant: what other eatery has giant smokestacks sprouting from the top of it? There’s a range of steak, fish, poultry and pasta dishes on the menu and, of course, lots of beer-infused recipes, inspired by its on-site craft brewing operation, Steam Plant Brewing Co. (July 2013)
  • Steelhead Bar & Grille

    218 N. Howard St. Spokane - Downtown

    509-747-1303

    With good prices, better burgers and fantastic shoestring fries, the Steelhead has long been considered one of the cornerstones in downtown Spokane’s dining scene. The menu also features seafood and other entrees. From 3-6 pm, world-weary 9-to-5ers are known to congregate over a $2.50 pint (or $5 schooner if it’s been an especially hard day) for happy hour. (July 2013)
  • Thai Bamboo

    2010 N. Fourth St. Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls

    208-667-5300

    Whether you’re the kind of person who always goes for the safe — yet still tasty — order of pad thai noodles, or consider yourself a more adventurous diner whose goal is to try everything on Thai Bamboo’s diverse and extremely varied menu, you’re bound to be satisfied and full when you leave any of the four locations. Great food, good service, prices and portions — it all adds up to Thai Bamboo repeatedly being voted Inlander readers’ favorite Thai restaurant.
  • Thai Bamboo

    5406 N. Division St. Spokane - North

    509-777-8424

    Whether you’re the kind of person who always goes for the safe — yet still tasty — order of Phad Thai noodles, or consider yourself a more adventurous diner whose goal is to try everything on Thai Bamboo’s diverse and extremely varied menu, you’re bound to be satisfied and full when you leave. Great food, good service, prices and portions — it’s all part of the equation that adds up to Thai Bamboo being voted Inlander readers’ favorite Thai restaurant.
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  • Tito's Italian Grill & Wine Shop

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

    208-667-2782

    Tito’s Italian Grill and Wine Shop upped the elegance two years ago, shifting to cloth tablecloths, adding candles and expanding its wine cellar to 125 labels. The new everyday menu features plenty of small plates, salads, brick-oven pizzas and a smattering of entrées. (July 2013)
  • Tomato Street

    6220 N. Division Spokane - North

    509-484-4500

    Pasta, pizza, parmigiana and Pallame are just a few mainstays on Tomato Street’s menu that should get your mouth watering. Voted Best Italian in the Inlander’s Best Of poll, Tomato Street’s lively atmposphere, fun-loving staff and great food make this an ideal place to meet friends or family for a fun meal. The seemingly endless supply of garlic bread doesn’t hurt, either. (July 2013)
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  • Twigs Bistro

    808 W. Main Ave. Spokane - Downtown

    509-232-3376

    Don’t skip over the appetizers at this popular local chain. Inlander readers picked Twigs as their favorite in the annual Best Of poll. And it’s a delicious way to start a meal — try the Butternut Squash Flatbread or the Ahi Sashimi. When you’re ready to move on to dinner you’ll find a solid, diverse menu: steaks, fancy mac and cheese, an assortment of pizzas and an entire gluten-free menu. With five locations, Twigs is around wherever you need it: downtown, in the Valley, up north and on the South Hill. (July 2013)
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  • Wiley's Downtown Bistro

    115 N. Washington St. Spokane - Downtown

    509-838-4600

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  • Windows Restaurant

    303 W. North River Drive Spokane - North

    509-326-8000

    Spokane’s Red Lion Hotel at the Park features more than just room and board. Window of the Seasons, the hotel’s in-house eatery, provides a fine dining experience overlooking the Spokane River. Watch the seasons change as you munch on a barley and duck confit salad or dessert of huckleberry trifle. The restaurant also features local beers and wines, along with a mix of regionally inspired cocktails. (July 2013)
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