The Mustard Seed chain of restaurants features Japanese / Chinese fusion food, with a distinctly Americanized feel. All the favorites are here, from gyozas to teriyaki to kung pao chicken. This location, at the NorthTown Mall, is a great place to get your heady Asian cuisine fix in the middle of a busy shopping session. Delivery is available; call for more details.
The Spokane Quality Inn is an unlikely place to find a restaurant serving great Venezualan cuisine but at Manna, you can find just that. The menu is tempered with typical American fare, of course, to please passing diners but there are gems to be had, including arepas (bite-sized corn cakes filled with a meat of your choice or cheese and served with dipping salsa), and an excellent chicken soup. For dessert, rather randomly, you can have the county fair favorite, funnel cake. Worth dropping in to but be prepared to enjoy a hodge-podge of cuisines.
The Spokane Golden Corral exemplifies the chain's general principles - hot, fresh food using decently fresh and wholesome ingredients. Their menu is extensive - you can pile up your plate with fried chicken, pot roast, steamed vegetables or rotisserie chicken - grilled to order sirloin steaks are also available. They also have a huge selection of desserts. Good for all the family.
For anyone looking for a family-friendly pizza place, Five Mile Heights definitely delivers. It serves up decently priced, home-style pizzas in a setting that both adults and kids can love. There is a room at the back with a selection of quarter games and some of the booths are shaped like cars. There is even a ball pit for the littlest ones. Call for reservations as Five Mile Heights can get busy.
This popular Mexican chain serves up tasty, Americanized Mexican food for very reasonable prices. They make their own tortillas on-site, guaranteeing freshness, and their special nacho plate is always a winner. Another popular night with the locals is Tuesday Taco nights where you can get all-you-can-eat tacos for five dollars. Great value for the money.
The great thing about spending time in a casino is that you have so many options of dining, nightlife and entertainment at your fingertips. If the craps table got your appetite going, swing by Villa Fresh Italian Kitchen for some authentic pasta or salad or grab a large pizza to take back to your resort suite and veg out on the couch.
Chuck E. Cheese is a kids' mecca - fresh pizzas, a salad bar and a bright, cheery environment full of games and age appropriate rides. The menu is pretty limited but it's full of kid favorites, including french fries, soda and healthy alternative drinks. Perfect for a birthday party; not many restaurants are as wholly kid-centered.
Hay J's Bistro offers gourmet dishes and a comfortable ambiance. The restaurant features seafood and meats and serves them in an innovative manner. Try the Parmesan Crusted Halibut of Crab Stuffed Chicken. There is also a wide selection of wine and cocktails, including Espresso Martinis and Huckleberry Margarita.
Mallards Restaurant & Lounge offers American cuisine with a wonderful river view. You can dine on hamburgers, salads and smoothies. The lounge offers an intimate setting offers comfortable seating and has a stage and dance area where you can often hear live music. The lounge also has a television and pool table.
Red Robin has gained enormous popularity through the years due to its high quality gourmet burgers and low price. The Spokane location is very family-oriented and you are encouraged to bring the kids for a night out that the whole family can enjoy. Open for lunch as well and offers an extensive children's menu.
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