808 W Sprague Avenue Spokane, WA 99201 +1 509 747 9750
Post Street Ale House serves up extra-cold pints of beers (there are 20 types on rotating tap) and very reasonably priced food, all in a charmingly rustic setting. Found in the lovely Hotel Russo, pop in and try their specialty, deep fried pickles, served with the Ale House Sauce. There is also a tasty selection of burgers and sandwiches, dinner entrees (including the Guinness Braised Short Ribs) and some homey desserts, including the old favorite, the root beer float. Most entrees are under ten dollars, making this a great place to grab lunch that won't break the bank. Call for opening hours.
City Perk offers all you'd want from a downtown coffee shop - good brews, plenty of non-coffee alternatives and a good selection of nibbles and pastries. They have a really reasonably priced meal deal, for a sandwich and beverage, as well as filled bagels for something a bit more substantial. City Perk also caters for events, with free downtown delivery. Call for more details.
808 W Main Avenue Spokane, WA 99201 +1 509 363 0304
Near the always popular Riverfront Park, River Park Square is a local hot spot for shopping and entertainment. In addition to department stores like Macy's and Nordstrom, check out some of the more unique stores like Made in Washington, where you can find many locally made products. If you're in the mood for some cinematic entertainment, AMC Riverpark Square 20 plays all of the newest blockbusters.
174 S. Howard Street Spokane, WA 99201 +1 509 455 7529
Interplayers Theater is a professional theater in Spokane. The theater was founded in 1980 and showcases interesting plays. The actors are usually talented locals and the theater has produced around 50 Pacific Northwest premieres. The theater has produced such plays as Waiting for Godot, Woman in Black and Driving Miss Daisy.
1020 N. Howard Street Spokane, WA 99201 +1 509 325 2507
Spokane Civic Theatre is one of the oldest community theaters in Spokane. The theater has two stages, where the main stage holds 339 people and the Studio theater holds 96 people. Local actors perform international and local plays. The theater also offers theater classes for people of all ages.
334 W. Spokane Falls Boulevard Spokane, WA 99201 +1 509 279 7000
Formerly the Spokane Opera House, the INB Performing Arts Center is one of the best performing arts venues in the area. It seats 2700 people and has good acoustics. This venue has been used by concerts and theater, including Phantom of the Opera and The Lion King.
919 W. Sprague Avenue Spokane, WA 99201 +1 509 244 3279
Knitting Factory Concert House offers some of the best concerts in Spokane. You can hear local bands and even national acclaimed bands have performed at the Knitting Factory and you can rent the location for private events. The Knitting Factory Concert House also encompasses Alterknit Lounge; entrance on West 1st street. The lounge has Karaoke on Wednesday nights and the lounge has great DJs.
901 W. Sprague Avenue Spokane, WA 99204 +1 509 227 7638
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 providing the theater with modern technology. The theater can hold up to 750 people and boasts some of the best acoustics in the city. See their website for a calendar of events and showtimes.
507 North Howard Street Riverfront Park Spokane, WA 99201 +1 509 625 6600
Located in Riverfront Park, the IMAX theater shows educational and interesting films. The theater makes it feel as though you could reach out and touch the images being shown. Large groups can schedule a time and a date to view one of IMAX's movies around their schedule, which can be a fun and educational trip.
507 N Howard Street Spokane, WA 99201 +1 509 625 6600
One of the main entertainment hubs in Spokane, Riverfront Park provides great family entertainment while still having enough secluded spots for someone who just wants to enjoy nature. Many attractions and landmarks reside within the park, including the Looff Carousel, the historic Clock Tower, and the IMAX Theater. Take a turn around the park on the Spokane Falls Northern Railway, which makes a 40 minute loop around the park, showing off its natural beauty and great river views. Many of the city's popular family festivals take place here, especially in the summer, so make sure to check out their website for a calendar of events as well as hours of operation for all attractions.
Northwest Museum of Art & Culture showcases a diverse selection
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The Spokane Convention Center hosts numerous events throughout the year,
including public conventions such as wine tasting events, and many professional trade shows. Located right in Downtown, the Center is directly across from the INB Performing Arts Center, and ...
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 ...