$10 for $20 Worth of Pub Food and Drinks at Jones Radiator


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Housemade hummus, craft beers, and cocktails accompany pub sandwiches, such as the smoked brisket and the thai chicken wrap

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Expires Mar 27th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table, 2 for tables of 5 or more. Not valid for happy hour specials. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$10 for $20 Worth of Pub Food and Drinks

The food menu includes peanut-butter-and-jelly wings drizzled in housemade thai peanut sauce with a side of raspberry-chipotle dip ($8), a smoked-brisket sandwich on a hoagie ($8), and the mac ‘n’ balls wrap: macaroni, cheese, and meatballs tucked inside a flour tortilla ($8). At the bar, 16 taps pour craft beer and mixologists blend seasonal cocktails, such as the nutmeg-sprinkled eggnog ($7).

Jones Radiator

Dozens of glasses dangle by their handles from the humongous mug rack over Jones Radiator's bar, hinting at the pub's commitment to good drinks, classic cocktails, and current trends. These robust cups receive pours of stouts, IPAs, and lagers from the 25 taps of craft beer below, whereas bartenders mix cocktails with sprits such as rum and habanero tequila. In the kitchen, cooks prepare starter plates of pulled pork tacos and serve them street-style on corn tortillas and speckled with cilantro and onions. An array of flat breads–including chicken pesto, rosemary and mushrooms, and sausage and peppers–arrive at tables with an air of aromatic smoothness while classic french dip and gyros sandwiches provide classic satisfaction. Edibles act as only one draw to the venue, however. The staff welcomes live bands of all genres, from jazz to rock to bluegrass, and schedules themed movie nights.


The bar is small, offers no extra frills and is serious about their beer. Plus, the usually have a great set of musicians playing music.

Alyssa A., Yelp, 6/6/12

Think mechanic-minimalist: exposed brick, barstools built into old hubcaps, Pennzoil-barrel trashcans in the bathrooms.

Pacific Northwest Inlander, 12/8/10


83% of 286 customers

  • “Fun place, great flat bread pizza, good music”

  • “This was a great experience, don't expect a fancy restaurant but a cozy pub feel. James the bartender was great and the food was great. ”

  • “Great place, great people! ”

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    120 E Sprague

    Spokane, Washington 99202


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