This diner was an old dining car - the small space and dated decor only add to the charm and spirit of the place. The food is good, greasy diner fare, with a particular emphasis on great breakfasts and brunches. You can order form the lunch menu at any hour, if you fancy a morning hamburger, and the breakfast is served all day as well. A Spokane institution, be prepared to line up on weekends.
Delighting patrons for over two decades, Cyrus O'Leary puts the emphasis on crazy fun. Their menu boasts over a hundred items, including Seafood Quiche, O'Leary's Reuben, and the Spokane Burger. The also have a Children's menu and over 300 different kinds of specialty drinks. One of the main draws, however are their pies. Their citrus pies have won multiple awards so make sure not to miss this local treasure.
1005 W 1st Street Montvale Hotel Spokane, WA 99201
Located in the Montvale Hotel, Scratch Restaurant & Lounge is one of Spokane's popular nighttime haunts. The menu features many Asian-inspired dishes, with standouts such as Crispy Duck Lettuce Wraps, Stuffed Jumbo Prawns, and Ahi Tuna. Close to several musical venues including the Bing Crosby Theater and the Knitting Factory Concert House, the restaurant is a trendy dining option before or after a show.
The Onion is a lively downtown restaurant great for families and large groups. Their menu is wide and varied, with steaks, burgers, seafood, and even a few Mexican dishes. Parents will definitely be grateful for their kids menu which offers macaroni and cheese, chicken fingers, and more. If this downtown location is too full to accommodate your party, don't despair; you can visit their other location on North Division.
Owned and operated by Bryce & Lyndsay Kerr, Italian Kitchen places a heavy emphasis on authentic cuisine and excellent service. The food is top-notch and the restaurant has been voted one of the area's best Italian restaurants by many local publications. For lunch or dinner, come partake in classic dishes such as Lasagna, Gnocchi, and Chicken Fettucini. They can get crowded, especially on weekends, so make sure you call ahead.
808 W Main Street River Park Square Spokane, WA 99201
Rock City Grill, located in River Park Square mall, features an Italian American menu, with fresh-made pastas and many perennial favorites like Chicken Al Forno, steak, meatloaf, and fish & chips. All of their dishes are family-friendly and expertly prepared, making it a great choice for a family stopping for dinner after a day of shopping. If so inclined, take advantage of their Blue Martini Bar, which boasts some of the area's most popular cocktails. make sure to check out their list of specials to get full scope of the variety they offer.
The Steam Plant Grill was originally a steam plant that provided heat and electricity to Spokane until 1986. The plant was not used for ten years and then was recreated to house offices and the Steam Plant Grill. The restaurant features its unusual setting, but contains contemporary and comfortable furniture. The restaurant offers American cuisine and brews their own beers.
Like the other Anthony's Restaurants, the Spokane location which is right by the picturesque Spokane Falls, serves as a haven for seafood lovers. Fish Tacos especially with mahi mahi are popular, but fresh whole cracked crab is the restaurant's mainstay. If you want, you can have both surf and turf with one of their seafood and stead combos.
If you want a delicious and filling lunch head to Domini's Sandwiches. This local sandwich shop offers sandwiches stacked high with meat and vegetables. The price is moderate and the service is fast and friendly.
Bluefish is known for its seafood and sushi, but if you don't like seafood you can have a steak. You'll feel like you're under the sea since the restaurant has blue lighting and tanks filled with fish. Bluefish is also a martini bar, where you can have a cocktail or a glass of wine and enjoy the contemporary setting.
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