This little shop carries an assortment of gifts with one main theme, they were all made, caught or grown in Washington State. You'll find the perfect souvenir or corporate gift basket here. Soaps, Candies, Jams, Syrups, Apples, Salmon, Scone mixes, Hand carved decoys, Books, T-shirts, Mailboxes, Pottery, Hand-blown glass, Jewelry and Postcards, there's some thing for everyone. Do make a point to visit this shop next time you're in Washington.
With 170,000 volumes in stock, it's easy to see why Spokane's bibliophiles have been getting lost (or so they claim) in the stacks here. The shop is in Lincoln Heights shopping center, and has plenty of free parking.The books here are well-organized, and the shop is clean and bright. There is a whole section for magazines, and rare and valuable books have their own room, called "The Source". The entire inventory is available online, but do yourself a favor and stop by to browse.
The Japanese call Koi's underwater jewelry and when you take the short country drive and start wandering through the display gardens, you'll see why! Jeff and Cindy can help you plan your pond, or solve problems in an existing pond. Aquatic plants, imported and domestic koi, water features, filtration systems and statuary are all chosen with Spokane's climate in mind. Since the basis of a good pond is good water, filtration systems are a specialty, including the latest bead technology. If there's a pond in your future, ask about the pond-building workshops.
Lorien was born in 1977 in the back-to-the land days. The bulletin board outside the door is worth a visit all by itself. (Need a pack llama or reflexology treatment?) The store has a natural wood décor, herby smells and a laid-back atmosphere. You'll find bulk foods, organic produce and meat, homeopathic remedies, juicers, a good book selection, and a laid-back atmosphere. Quick fix dinners and dairy alternatives are in refrigerated cases. Clerks are always happy to stop and chat or advise, and tuck an informational newsletter in every bag.
The store name is a little misleading; Ray's buys and sells DVDs, CDs and laser disks. It also custom-builds and upgrades computers. Movie and music aficionados seem to gravitate to Rays. While this isn't a superstore, the inventory is carefully chosen. This is the place to find Hong Kong movies on DVDs, cult classics and sleepers. Ray's can give you a review of nearly every item in the store. Don't be surprised if customers add their opinions; the discussions can get pretty lively.
Miss the old authentic candies from your childhood? These are the real things, handmade from quality ingredients. The fruit varieties are intense, the nuts are fresh, and the soft centers are buttery. All the old milk and dark chocolate favorites are here, as well as a large selection of sugar-free candies. Halletts capitalizes on Spokanes huckleberry fixation with huckleberry specialties, Jelly Fruit Fingers, truffles and bliss (soft centers).Don't forget to pick up some Spokane Gold chocolate candy bars for friends back home. The wrapper features Spokane landmarks and a bit of local history, and the chocolate is great, too.
Whether you're an expedition leader or an armchair tourist, you'll love browsing through this downtown store. One entire wall is devoted to travel books, organized by regions. Maps run the gamut from globes (lighted or unlighted) to wall maps, to topographical maps, to street maps for nearly any city in the world. Another section is devoted to marine maps, tidal charts and boating travel books. Local maps and natural history are a specialty, and custom mapping services are available.
This store packs a lot into a small downtown space. The selection is enormous, and includes top brands of mountain bikes, road bikes, tandems and childrens bikes. Bike shoes, biking clothing, messenger bags and packs line the walls. The repair shop is top-notch and urgent bike repairs are handled with dispatch. During prime biking seasons, a Biker's Mecca this is the place to come for advice, trail information or just to drool over the latest models.
A mecca for Spokane gardeners and pet owners since 1944, kids are drawn to this well-supervised pet area to view puppies, kittens, birds and hamsters, as well as more exotic pets. The aquarium section carries a vast selection of fish & accessories. Gardeners love the seasonally changing plants, tools and outdoor decorations. The knowledgeable staff can identify pests and plants and advise on pet and garden challenges.
Located just across the street from Riverfront Parks carousel, Boo Radley carries a hip and eclectic selection of gifts for your favorite Gen-Xer or boomer (or yourself!). Boxing nuns, henna painting kits, t-shirts, lunch boxes, magnets, world music CDs Boo's whimsical collection has something for everyone on your list.
The Pavilion in Riverfront Park is a distinctive part of
the Spokane skyline, located directly under a massive tent like structure. Featuring hours of family fun, the Pavilion seasonally offers carnival rides and an ice skating rink, as well ...
Near the always popular Riverfront Park, River Park Square is
a local hot spot for shopping and entertainment. In addition to department stores like Macy's and Nordstrom, check out some of the more unique stores like Made in Washington, ...
Over a century ago, the Flour Mill was a functional
flour factory. In 1974, during the massive citywide renovations for the World's Fair, the Flour Mill was converted into the retail and restaurant space it is today. Housing popular ...