Where there's adventure, you're bound to find an REI. This one caters to all your Spokane adventure sports needs - whether it's skiing, snowboarding, hiking, backpacking, rock climbing or water sports. It carries a large range of quality outdoor clothing for people of all ages and skill levels. The store also hold regular events, aimed at getting adults and kids active. Check the website for details of upcoming events.
For those who can afford it, fine art awaits at Lillian Conn Antiques. The store boasts of many rare pieces, from gorgeous paintings and sculptures to period furniture and lighting. There is an exquisite collection of fine glassware and china. It's a beautiful place to browse, and, if the prices prove beyond your range, it's a great place to pick up some interior design inspiration. Call for more details.
Cooking and baking are back in vogue and if you find your kitchen is somewhat lacking, the Kitchen Engine can fill in the gaps. From cookware to bakeware to the latest gadgets that might make your cooking time a little bit easier - it's all here. The staff at Kitchen Engine can help you with the perfect gift as well as direct you to the gadget of your dreams.
This recently opened boutique has an airy feel to it and the walls are painted - what else? - tangerine orange. The boutique specializes in cute, interesting clothing, with funky accessories to match. It's a little expensive, although not outrageous, and the staff are all very friendly and happy to help you find a lovely outfit. Call for more details.
Swank Boutique is interested in fashion at its most fun and alluring - they have a range of women's clothing and accessories that are bright and fresh-off-the-catwalk; they're definitely not for wallflowers. From sky-high heels to skin-tight tube dresses, it's a great boutique to pick up something sexy for a party. Swank also stocks an eclectic mix of household items, jewelry and hand and nail products.
Saunders Cheese Market is Spokane's only specialist cheese market and it specializes in local cheeses and artisan cheese from abroad. They stock over 120 specialty cheeses, along with a mouthwatering selection of crackers, olives, freshly-baked bread and salami. It's the perfect place to pick up cheese for a party, or simply to learn more about cheese from the friendly experts. Closed on Sundays, Mondays and Tuesdays.
Runners Soul is Spokane's only specialist running store - here, whether you've just started running or you've run several marathons, you can find top-of-the-range running gear, from shoes to bras to joint support. The staff are not just friendly - they're also well-informed and can help you find the products that are best for you. They are also actively involved in the running community and there is a list of upcoming running and walking events on their website.
Founded over 30 years ago, the Pottery Place Plus was created by some ambitious potters who were looking for a way to sell their craft to the public. The store has now become one of the biggest local artists' repositories in the Northwest. Here, you will find beautiful pieces of pottery, candles, paintings and photographs, glass sculptures along with contributions from visiting artists. Pottery Place Plus also hosts many different events throughout the year, all aimed at raising awareness of local artistic efforts.
If you are looking to say it with flowers, this is the place to come - Peters and Sons has nearly a century's worth of experience and the customer loyalty to prove it. They offer a range of services from gift arranging to hospital deliveries. Peters and Sons also has one of the city's biggest range of teddy bears and plush toys, alongside many other gifts. Closed on Sundays.
The Main Market Co-op is a long overdue supermarket where local residents can get local and organic goods. Like many such stores, it is costly, but with its strong emphasis on community, membership appreciation days and a keen focus on quality and sustainability, it is definitely grocery shopping with a conscience. Organic and local goods are prioritized; the co-op is also focused on educating members of the community on how to live, and eat, more green.
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 ...