734 W Sprague Ave Spokane, WA 99201 +1 509 456 5858
Brews Bros know how to get a loyal clientele in the heart of Spokane - good coffee. Comfy sofas. A television. Free wi-fi. A decent selection of cookies and baked goods. The laid-back atmosphere, friendly staff and warm, open vibe of Brews Bros make it a perfect place to read a book or newspaper, or have a good chat with friends.
This Alpine-themed cafe and bakery not only has delicious baked products but it also has hearty, substantial lunches. From homemade soups to chicken fried steak to bratwurst with German potato salad, the culinary influences are eclectic but you're likely to stumble onto a gem. The bistro can get crowded at lunch time.
Here is Spokane's go-to place if you are looking for both a decent cup of coffee and a place to pick up a gift, or something pretty for the house. Atticus serves great coffee and a range of tasty snacks - the ambiance is pleasing and relaxed, and there is outdoor seating - perfect for balmy summer days. Free wi-fi is available. The gift shop has a range of oddities, both local and international, and is always worth a browse.
1001 West Sprague Avenue Spokane, WA 99201 +1 509 624 1200 (Box Office)
Originally opened in 1931, the Martin Woldson Theater has recently been restored to its historic beauty. The theater's decor is simple with a hint of art deco. The theater seats around 1600 people and has a wide range of programing.
6410 North Market Street Spokane, WA 99217 +1 509 467 6388
This sports bar has a wide fan base in the city of Spokane due to the friendly atmosphere and bartenders, great service and quality food. Belly up and watch your favorite team play while you sip on any number of beverage options from microbrews on tap to wine to a variety of liquor options. Friends and strangers come here to mingle and party.
100 North Hayford Road Airway Heights, WA +1 509 481 2122
The Q is THE sports bar at the Northern Quest Resort & Casino and it is labeled as such due to it's huge flat-screen tv's, live sports broadcasts and every sport channel you can possibly imagine ready to go. The bar is fully stocked with a wide variety of beers on tap, wine and liquor as well as offering up numerous drink specials. The food is all-American with burger and wing selections and you can even dine privately with your own HD flat-screen tv in Coach Fitz's Clubhouse room (perfect for quick meetings or some chill time from the hustle and bustle of the casino).
At the NorthTown mall, all your conventional shopping prayers are answered - it is a mecca of mall goodness, replete with Victoria's Secret, Macy's, Kohl's, JC Penney's and countless more. There is also a host of cafes and restaurants for when you're all shopped out; indulge in some sugary goodness from Cinnabon, or grab some Chinese food in Flaming Wok. There is an on-site Regal Cinema showing the latest blockbusters - perfect for a family day out.
621 W Mallon Avenue Flour Mill Spokane, WA 99201 +1 509 324 2424
Chocolate Apothecary boasts some of Spokane's most delectable products. Delighting the palates of locals and visitors for many years, the store is located in the historic Flour Mill, across the street from the Spokane Veteran Memorial Arena. They also feature a small cafe where patrons can stay awhile to taste all of the eye-catching treats. Don't miss their fantastic hot chocolate!
14222 East Sprague Avenue Spokane, WA 99216 +1 509 891 1999
When you think of massage, coffee rarely comes to mind in conjunction with a spa but The Brickhouse has defied common notions about a day spa and has combined the two. Before or after your hot latte or earl gray tea, sit and relax as you get one of their signature mani/pedis or slip into a robe and retreat to a private room for a full hour massage with a trained therapist. There are multiple specials available for combining services or for going with a friend or partner.
6205 E Mansfield, Ste A Spokane, WA 99212 +1 509 487 6540
The Christian Youth Theater was founded to produce quality family entertainment with an emphasis on Christian-Judeo values. The theater puts on several shows a year, all locally funded and supported. It also holds summer camps and various classes throughout the year. For more information, call or check the website.
Formerly the Metropolitan Performing Arts Center, the theater was renamed
in 2006 to legendary performer Bing Crosby. The theater was built in 1915 with a neoclassic design and was renovated in 1988. The renovation preserved its historic elegance while ...
Chocolate Apothecary boasts some of Spokane's most delectable products. Delighting
the palates of locals and visitors for many years, the store is located in the historic Flour Mill, across the street from the Spokane Veteran Memorial Arena. They also ...
Originally opened in 1931, the Martin Woldson Theater has recently
been restored to its historic beauty. The theater's decor is simple with a hint of art deco. The theater seats around 1600 people and has a wide range of ...