Housed in the charming red brick Atrium building is this old-style European bakery and restaurant. It specializes in Italian cuisine and has become a fast favorite with locals. The pizza is generally excellent, with a good selection of vegetarian options and calzones. Interestingly, the restaurant has an in-house dessert chef so it is well worth trying whatever the night's specialty is. Prices are very reasonable; the bakery is well worth checking out as well, with its mouthwatering selection of cakes and pastries. Call for opening hours.
The interestingly named Clinkerdagger provides diners with their own take on contemporary cuisine and gorgeous views of the Spokane River. For starters, try the warm brie with macadamia nut crust. For the main course, there is a deliciously tender pork chop, served with sweet and sour cabbage. There is a generous happy hour daily, as well as a late night happy hour on Saturdays and Sundays. The warm ambiance and friendly, knowledgeable staff cap off an excellent dining experience. Call for more details.
The Cathay Inn has a long Spokane history - it was opened in 1950 with the intention of serving good, fresh Chinese cuisine. That principle remains to this day; the Cathay Inn serves family Chinese favorites, all cooked to order. Try the tender sweet and sour pork or the almond fried chicken. A banquet menu is also available. Call for opening hours.
Catacombs Pub is recognized as one of the Northwest's best new restaurants. Cozily housed in the basement of the historic Montvale Hotel, the restaurant serves up a central European inspired menu - hearty and beautifully flavored. From the creamy beef stroganoff to the three meat Guinness Irish stew, thickly flavored with Guinness, it's the perfect place to enjoy a meal with a loved one on a chilly winter's night. There is a selection of imaginative pizzas and the desserts are unmissable - try the iron skillet chocolate chip cookie, or the DIY S'mores. Reservations are recommended.
Local favorite, Casa De Oro, is known for its authentic take on Mexican cuisine, the freshness of its food and the friendliness of its staff. It is low-key and unpretentious; the food speaks for itself. There is a good children's menu, making it a great choice for families. The restaurant serves tasty quesadillas, juicy enchiladas and huge burritos, all for reasonable prices. There is also a lengthy margarita list and some vegetarian options as well.
The Anthony's chain of restaurants specializes in incredibly fresh seafood, served in with classic sauces and condiments. Whether you're in the mood for lobster tail dripping with butter, prawns tempura or an excellently cooked rib-eye steak, you'll find it at Anthony's. The Spokane Falls branch also has stunning views of the nearby waterfall, and in the summer, the restaurant opens an outdoor deck seating area, perfect for a romantic dinner out.
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.
Agave Latin Bistro's menu is a fusion of Latin elements, presented upscale. From the Peruvian Seafood Cioppino to the seared sea scallops with jicama relish, the menu is a fresh new take on traditional Latin ingredients. Agave also has a tequila bar, with top-end tequilas and liquors, along with a carefully selected wine list. Reservations are recommended. Closed on Sundays and Mondays.
This American mainstay provides all you can eat and drink (and dessert) for a flat fee. It's great for kids because they can make their own ice-cream sundaes. Menu items vary, but tend to include mac and cheese, fried fish, chicken, and a range of sides. Breakfast is available on Saturday and Sunday.
Picky or indecisive eaters should not fear, Rivers Edge Buffet is here! Serving up a different cuisine every night, Rivers Edge is an all-you-can-eat restaurant that has a plethora of food assortments and decadent desserts. From steak night to seafood night to American classics night, you are always in for a wide variety of food and the price is unbeatable at the Northern Quest casino. Breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner served daily.
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