This quiet Mediterranean cafe, a half mile north of downtown Spokane's hustle and bustle, is a welcome change of pace. Artful Middle Eastern embellishments, music and aromatic smells blend into a festive and warmhearted atmosphere. Savory curry chicken, sheekh kabab, and vegetarian dishes are sure to satisfy, but save room for the baklava.
332 North Spokane Falls Court Spokane, WA 99201-0238
This elegant seafood restaurant and brewery is one of Spokane's finest. Mouth watering dishes like the Oysters Rockefeller, Smoked Chile Butter Brush Shrimp Pasta, Ginger Glazed Tuna, Dungeness Crab Sandwiches or Sautéed Ocean Salad with fried calamari are expensive, but worth every bite. To be the toast of the town try one of the martinis made with Finlandia vodka or the special brews made on site. You can finish off your night on the town by visiting in the cocktail lounge.
601 West Riverside Avenue Bank of America Financial Center, Skywalk Level Spokane, WA 99201
Stop in for breakfast or get one of the 15 salads or 14 sandwiches to go. Ideally located within downtown Spokane's Skywalk System, you can watch people scurry about in the STA plaza while you eat in an open, airy room. Ask about the daily special or the Alfred E Newman Sandwich (ham and turkey with bleu cheese on rye) and the owner, Sam, is sure to greet you with a smile. Overall, the restaurant has good value for money.
Fast, fun and filling--see a feast cooked right in front of you at this Mongolian buffet. First, you choose the ingredients: meat, seafood, vegetables, noodles, rice, oils and/or sauces. Next take your plate to chef who promptly cooks it on a large flat grill. Finally, find a seat and your meal is served. It is an ideal place for a quick business luncheon or quiet family dinner. Plus there are two locations to choose from: Downtown Spokane and North Division Street.
The menu boasts being voted Spokane's best. It's hard to argue when Kahlua coffee warmers cause newcomers to feel welcome. If a Hibernian corned beef sandwich or an O'Caesar's salad with a pint of Guinness aren't enough to whet your appetite, then get your fill with a one pound Big "O" Burger. Remember to nail a dollar bill with your name on it to the wooden wall to become an honorary O'Doherty.
While waiting for a take-out, take in the surroundings at this popular pizza and pasta eatery. Make your Mama proud and choose hearty and healthy cuisine like the wholesome whole wheat crust or the all you can eat salad bar.
Welcome to the home of gratifying gourmet sandwiches, salads and sinful desserts that taste great on the go. Choose from nine super specialties, like the High Nooner (egg salad, cream cheese, bacon and a tomato on homemade 12-grain bread); Cooper's Nooner (turkey, BBQ sauce, peppers and onions); or one of the six other grilled sliced delights. Three locations and free delivery make this one of Spokane's best sandwich shops. Catering is also available for business luncheons.
This is a smoke free southern style watering hole with Cajun cooking, Bayou brew and Mardi Gras dancing. Get a good laugh during Wednesday night's comedy show, dance the evening away Thursday through Saturday or calmly watch the Spokane River pass you by. Entice your taste buds with a small snack platter, house salad or get one of the Louisiana specialties from the grill or pan. Then sit back and swallow an in-house ale, a Cajun cooler or a blazing bayou beverage. To get your groove moving try the Irish Cream and hot chocolate. Segmented rooms make it an ideal spot for a business lunch or formal dinner. Separated by brick wall facades, each room is distinctively decorated to look like different New Orleans districts.
2620 East 29th Avenue Chapala Mexican Restaurants Spokane, WA 99223
Named after the biggest lake in Mexico, this friendly family establishment offers daily lunch specials, copious dinner combos, savory side orders, and a choosy kid's menu. Enjoy the rustic jungle murals decorating the walls while you wait for your order and snack on the complimentary homemade chips and salsa. Then, devour shrimp quesadillas, chicken fajitas, super nachos, or chile rellenos as you sip on wine margaritas.
This tongue-in-cheek pizzeria will take your taste buds through a serious renaissance. Michelangelo's statue of David stands as a mascot, with a pizza slice serving in place of a fig leaf. Everyone's favorite, the Greek Phatty, has mozzarella, Parmesan, feta, spinach, oregano, sun-dried and fresh tomatoes covering a thick crust. If you don't want dairy try the Naked Lunch-pizza without the cheese. Build your own starting for a 12-inch or 18-inch, with 11 traditional and 14 gourmet toppings. Stromboli, calzones, and sandwiches are also available.
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