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  • Atticus Coffee

    222 N. Howard St. Spokane - Downtown


    Right beside the iconic Boo Radley’s is the appropriately named Atticus. This heavenly scented wonder brews delicious coffee drinks that tingle every taste bud and makes sandwiches inspired by the flavors of France all wrapped up in a setting that would satisfy any To Kill a Mockingbird fan. (July 2013)
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  • Coeur de Breizh Crêpes

    3615 N. Government Way Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls


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  • Das Stein Haus

    1812 W. Francis Ave. Spokane - North


    Got a craving for German food? Thanks to Das Stein Haus, you only have to journey to Francis to drink German brews and eat authentic homemade German food, such as housemade schnitzels and bratwurst. The restaurant is filled with cute German trinkets, and polka music pumps out through the speakers.
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  • Fleur de Sel

    4365 E. Inverness Dr. Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls


    Located in the same building as the Highland Day Spa, with views of the neighboring golf course, Fleur de Sel caters to diners who are looking for French cuisine at an affordable price point. The restaurant changes its menus seasonally, but the best time to visit is in summer, when you can dine on their cozy, sun-drenched patio. And don’t leave too early — you’ll want to stick around and sample from Fleur de Sel’s much-lauded dessert menu.
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  • Fleur De Sel Artisan Creperie

    909 S. Grand Blvd. Spokane - South


    With wood-accented walls contrasted by bright and colorful metal chairs, Fleur de Sel is casual and quick, while maintaining good quality. The creperie is a new endeavor for chef Laurent Zirotti, who owns the popular Fleur de Sel restaurant in Post Falls. His favorite crepe on the menu is the is the savory bison meatloaf and horseradish ($7.50) filled with juicy North Dakota bison, horseradish cream, kale mix and fontina cheese. Stop in for either a savory or sweet taste of France here in Spokane. (Dec. 2015)
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  • Geno's Traditional Food & Ales

    1414 N. Hamilton St. Spokane - North


    The latest addition to the Elk Public House family of casual neighborhood restaurants, Geno's differs from its sisters in at least one significant way: french fries. Its spacious dining area opens to a patio protected from the hubbub of Hamilton Street, and the bar offers a selection of exclusively craft beers.
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  • Italian Kitchen

    113 N. Bernard St. Spokane - Downtown


    Terra-cotta floor tiles, etched glass, heavy draperies, dark wood and kitschy Italiana set the mood for traditional Italian-American favorites. For lunch, the meatball sandwich is delightful. For dinner, check out gnocchi, lasagna and ravioli, plus steaks, chicken and seafood. And don’t forget the dark, high-ceilinged, old-wood bar next door. (July 2013)
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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)
  • Madeleine's Cafe & Patisserie

    415 W. Main Ave. Spokane - Downtown


    Madeleine's offers a “window to France in downtown Spokane.” Aside from serving delicious coffee and French-inspired pastries — eclairs, tartlets, Napoleons, Macarons and croissants — Madeleine’s also dishes up savory soups, salads, sandwiches and breakfasts. With a chic vibe, good food and a spot downtown — now farther down Main, near the new Grand Hotel Spokane, this owned taste of France is always a good choice. (March 2015)
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  • Maialina Pizzeria Napoletana

    602 S. Main St. Moscow/Pullman


    Owners of Moscow’s Sangria Grille, a Peruvian-style restaurant, are adding to their ventures with the opening of a new pizzeria in the same town, Maialina Pizzeria Napoletana. The pizzas, made largely with local and seasonal ingredients, are cooked in less than two minutes in a wood-burning oven at more than 800 degrees. Other rustic Italian cuisine such as homemade pasta and Italian cured meats and cheeses make up the menu. To go with it all is a hefty Italian wine list that represents each wine region in the country. (July 2013)
  • Marrakesh

    1227 N. Division Spokane - North


    After 18 years on Northwest Boulevard, owner Mamdouh Zayed opened in this new space in October 2010. Dining here is as much about the experience as it is about the food. The menu (same at lunch and dinner) is a set $20 for a five-course traditional Moroccan meal with your choice of entrees. Allow at least an hour for a leisurely meal — longer if you want to relax between courses and linger over the floral-scented herbal tea. Be prepared to roll up your sleeves. Moroccan food is traditionally eaten with your hands. (I’ll admit: I used a fork for the couscous.) (Kirsten Harrington, March 2011)

  • O'Doherty's Irish Grille

    525 W. Spokane Falls Blvd. Spokane - Downtown


    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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  • O'Doherty's Irish Pub & BBQ

    11723 E. Sprague Spokane Valley


    The menu here is similar to the downtown O'Doherty's — Irish stew, corned beef and cabbage, fish and chips — with the addition of barbecue dishes like pulled pork, smoked right there in the applewood smoker. You can get Guinness and other Irish favorites on tap, and if you like beer of the root variety, they have their own special blend. The ambience is closer to sports bar than Irish pub, but a sip of the stout will get you in the right mood. (AC)

  • Old European

    1710 E. Schneidmiller Ave. Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls


    This breakfast and lunch house takes pride in their made-from-scratch goods. Whether you like your morning meal French, Scandinavian or German, Old European has you covered. Think Swedish crepes, Dutch babies and German pancakes. The orange juice is always fresh squeezed. And while breakfast is served all day, Old European has a nice, big lunch menu. (July 2013)
  • Old European

    455 S. Grand Ave. Moscow/Pullman


    This breakfast and lunch house takes pride in their made-from-scratch goods. Whether you like your morning meal French, Scandinavian or German, Old European has you covered. Think Swedish crepes, Dutch babies and German pancakes. The orange juice is always fresh squeezed. And while breakfast is served all day, Old European has a nice, big lunch menu. (July 2013)
  • Old European

    7640 N. Division St. Spokane - North


    This breakfast and lunch house takes pride in their made-from-scratch goods. Whether you like your morning meal French, Scandinavian or German, Old European has you covered. Think Swedish crepes, Dutch babies and German pancakes. The orange juice is always fresh squeezed. And while breakfast is served all day, Old European has a nice, big lunch menu. (July 2013)
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  • Olympia Restaurant

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


    This small, family-run Greek restaurant sits on a less-traveled corner of downtown Coeur d'Alene, but everything is made to order, and the flavors sparkle with Mediterranean freshness. (January 2013)
  • Poole's Public House

    101 E. Hastings Road Spokane - North


    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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  • Poole's Public House (South Hill)

    5620 S. Regal, Ste. 1 Spokane - South


    The Pooles, with a winning formula in hand, figured they would try to replicate their success in the Wandermere area by opening a second location on the South Hill, where the couple has lived for more than 25 years. The menu continues to offer a bevy of sandwiches big enough to split, as well as items like fish tacos, salads, and comfort-food entrées like bangers and mash and baby back ribs. (July 2016)
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  • Santé Restaurant & Charcuterie

    404 W. Main Ave. Spokane - Downtown


    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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  • Tito's Italian Grill & Wine Shop

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


    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)
  • Tony’s on the Lake

    6823 E. Coeur d’Alene Lake Dr. Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls


    Tony’s, about five miles southeast of the Coeur d’Alene Resort, sits alongside one the lake’s many inlets, a location that allows diners to feel far from Coeur d’Alene’s summer bustle. The Northern Italian-influenced menu includes appetizers like cicchetti, small Venetian plates that include items like almond crusted duck tenders, toasted ravioli and fried dough with salami (gnocco fritto con affetati) along with more familiar antipasto salads. The menu is full of seafood options — mussels, calamari, prawns and fresh fish of the day — but turf is also well-represented. (July 2013)
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  • The Unforgiven Lounge

    415 W. Hastings Spokane - North


    More than a few people who've entered the Unforgiven Lounge say it looks like Vegas. The all-black walls glisten with chrome décor and painted silver waves. A chandelier hangs over a baby grand piano in the corner and the white bar lights up with fluorescent colors that are changed on demand via remote control. The wine and martini bar also offers a menu with American, European and pasta dishes. (April 2014)
  • Wine Grotto Cafe

    702 E. Prairie Ave., Hayden Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls


    Born in Holland, chef Jan Dirk van der Kolk has cooked internationally in places like Spain and Switzerland. Now his culinary talents are available in Hayden with a full restaurant that shares a space with baked goods, a deli and to-go selection of beer and wine. The European-inspired menu includes an array of comfort food favorites, like sauer braten (slow-cooked, marinated beef) and warm red cabbage from Germany, and wiener schnitzel (ultra thin, breaded and pan-fried cutlet) with decadent potato gratin. (Dec. 2015)
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