Pizza Hut is apparently the maker of 'America's Favorite Pizza' - its popularity lies in good value for money and a decent all-you-can-eat salad bar. It's very popular with kids and families; with a bunch of fun-named carb-laden sides and desserts like Hershey's Chocolate Dunkers, along with the tried and true pizzas and pastas, the food is plentiful and people-pleasing. Available for take-away and delivery.
The Downriver Grill is something of a local institution and it is one of Spokane's best fine dining establishments. The gorgonzola fries are crispy and delicious and there is a wide selection of entrees - grilled and otherwise - that will appeal to most diners. The restaurant is also known for its excellent tiramisu so don't forget to save room for dessert. The restaurant is popular so be sure to make a reservation. Closed on Sundays.
Located on East Sprague in downtown Spokane, the Jones Radiator is set in a former garage and has retained much of its quirky decor. If you are looking for a classy bar to drink, then this place is definitely not for you. Whatever the bar lacks in its decor is made up by its extensive selection of ales, which many visitors and avid drinkers have proclaimed to be nothing less than divine. If you thought your visit to the bar will be restricted to just drinking, then you'll have to think again as it hosts a number of blues and rock concerts throughout the year. Open till late on most nights, you are in for a great time at this strangely charming bar.
Milford's is - justifiably - a Spokane favorite. It has been in town for over thirty years and has built a reputation for fresh, excellent seafood, served with delicious accompaniments. The management are keen to keep things fresh and new and so the menu changes regularly - you might be able to sample fresh Atlantic scallops, sauteed and served with the restaurant's famous cream cheese mashers. Or try the whole cooked dungeness crab, complemented with butter and aioli. It's incredibly popular so be sure to make reservations.
This breakfast and lunch time cafe is where to go if you're craving freshly roasted meat - all meat is roasted on premises and you can have it warm, in a huge sandwich or served with salad and potato. The prices are incredibly low and there are daily specials - if you pop in on Monday, you might get meatloaf. They also serve soups and salads.
Serving up only the freshest ingredients and in-season produce, Sante's takes great pride in their food and their community. With exquisite cheese boards and to-die-for home-made breads, you will leave feeling full and refreshed. Serves up a delicious daily brunch as well as a mouth-watering dinner menu.
Whether you have a hankering for a late night snack or an early morning breakfast, the Satellite Diner is at your service! Serving up a variety of breakfast plates, sandwiches and salads as well as big mouth burgers, the possibilities are endless. Don't fret, this isn't your typical truck driver diner, The Satellite is pure fun in a clean and lively atmosphere.
The beaming face of Luigi at the top of the menu perfectly encapsulates this restaurant - it serves decent, unpretentious Italian food at fair prices. The Sardinia Old Fashioned Spaghetti is a riot of flavor, and the Chicken Picatta, sauteed in garlic, shallows, mushrooms and butter is beautifully cooked. There is a list of tasty cocktails and no Italian restaurant is complete without a selection of moreish desserts. Luigi's is also available for events and special occasions; call for more details.
Sushi restaurants are hard to come by in the town of Spokane but do not fret because Suki Yaki is a first class Japanese haven. Made and served directly to you by the chef, you can watch the master at work and revel in the art that is sushi-making. Rolls are relatively inexpensive and there is a variety of other Japanese options if sushi is not your thing.
The Davenport is the most exclusive place to stay in Spokane, WA due to its classic and elegant decor, five-star service and variety of dining and nightlife options to choose from. The Palm Court Grill offers a more casual spot to dine in comparison to the other restaurant and lounge located in the hotel. The fare served on this menu ranges from the finest filets of fish to the juiciest and most tender cuts of steak you can find in the North Pacific, not to mention the decadent but delightful hot fudge sundae dessert that locals and visitors rave about. Reservations taken for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
The Spokane Club, conveniently located in downtown Spokane, is a
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Located beside the beautiful and quiet Spokane River, this contemporary
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