Though his chariot oil, sword polish, and fax paper are now obsolete, people still enjoy General Tso's chicken. Make a coordinated attack on hunger with today’s Groupon to Red Dragon. This Groupon is valid at Red Dragon's two Spokane locations.
For $7, you get $15 worth of Chinese fare such as:
- Vegetarian spring rolls ($5.25)
- Moo Shu pork ($10.95)
- Shrimp with lobster sauce ($10.75)
- Teriyaki chicken rice bowl ($6.50)
- See the full menu
Time-tested Cantonese dishes wait inside a menu emblazoned with a hand-written list of Red Dragon's original offerings from the 1930s. The fading characters, written by the grandfather of current chef Bojun Locke, carry diners back through time and clouds of aromas from mu shu pork and honey-walnut prawns. Chopsticks click together jauntily, and events including belly-dancing shows help cheer patrons after fortune cookies' honest appraisal of lottery odds.
Red Dragon Spokane
The calligraphy on the cover of Red Dragon Spokane’s menu holds a special place in the hearts of the restaurant’s owners. It was painted by their grandfather John Chan, who founded restaurants in Seattle, Yakima, and Ellensburg in the 1930s and ’40s. John’s crown jewel was Chinese Gardens, a Spokane institution that opened in 1946 and eventually spawned Red Dragon. Chinese Gardens introduced many Spokaners to specialties such as almond chicken, which Chef Bojun Locke and his wife, June, now prepare in Red Dragon’s kitchen. Here, the couple builds appetizer trays, family-style meals, and banquet dinners featuring traditional Chinese fare, such as crab wontons and chow mein. To accommodate patrons with dietary restrictions, they also prepare vegan, low-sodium, and gluten-free dishes. On the second Saturday of each month, the East Diamond location hosts belly-dancing shows that charm and rivet, like a fairy-tale prince turned real-life handyman.