Two Cooks with Love dishes delectable delights to picky palates and multi-flavored favorers alike. Its Backyard Club cooking and mixology classes whip wannabe gastronomic gurus aged 21 or older into prime chef shape with all the vigor of a time lapse set to an '80s power ballad. Learn the proper preparation of 7–10 dishes in each class, from appetizers to desserts, while mastering four to five popular cocktails with pouring-pizzazz supplied by licensed bartenders. Hands-on comestible lessons are two-and-a-half hours and take on a new theme each month. Sign up to edibly experience April's Easter brunch, May's Cinco de Mayo fiesta or June's Foods of the Northwest among 16–20 culinary cohorts. Once students attend one class they receive a free voucher for another. All recipes are emailed to newly dubbed cuisine connoisseurs the day following class to be used for impressing spouses, surprising friends, and blowing away the home-ec teacher who lost two eyebrows and half a moustache to your failed adolescent attempt at banana bread.
1st of all we are a Happy place. We are now proudly serving the Inland Empire in 2 locations. Coeur d'Alene Pet Resort has been very successful and we love it so much we recently expanded to Spokane Valley. See at www.cdapetresort.com
Since 1992, the kitchen crew at each locally-owned The High Nooner locale has mastered the art of adding flair to its gourmet sandwiches by mixing savory flavors—such as stuffing, horseradish, avocado, and bacon—with proteins to create signature creations. Each sandwich and salad is created from scratch to order, ensuring no reuben, cheesesteak, nor grinder holds a grudge from when you accidentally called it “Mom” yesterday. Those who wish to build their own sandwiches can choose from seven proteins and six types of bread before pairing them with sides and desserts.
Recess Time is a state-licensed drop-in childcare center where experienced providers supervise and entertain children aged 12 months to 12 years. Kids can engage in numerous age-appropriate activities from singing and dancing to reading and participating in Lincoln-Douglass debates while parents run errands and fight crime. Drop-in play dates are available Monday through Saturday, up to one hour before closing time. To ensure each child's safety, Recess Time limits its numbers to a dozen youngsters and 3.2 imaginary friends, keeping play surfaces clean and providing cubbies for miniature hoarders and sleeping mats for tired tykes aged 29 months or younger. All employees are certified in CPR and first aid and receive ongoing training in early childhood development. Recess Time caps each child's visit at five consecutive hours, allowing parents to catch a Disney classics double feature. Check out the helpful parent handbook for a detailed description of the center’s policies.
Featured in Spokane CDA Living as the city's most favored purveyor of tables, cabinets, living-room, and traditional furniture, Walker's has been replenishing sparse floors with quality furnishings for more than 30 years. Cover up a cumbersome oubliette or manhole with the Napa Collection's chocolate-brown sofa, or peruse the home office section to locate a more appropriate means of book storage than the milk crates or hollowed-out tauntauns of college days. Nearly all the furniture you'll test-drive in-store is actually in-stock, which means restless homeowners won’t have to sit on empty kegs, cable spools, or unemployed character actors disguised as divans whilst waiting for their precious cargo to arrive.
Thirty years ago, the Mielke family shifted its trade from cherry packing to growing, harvesting, and aging the grapes at Arbor Crest Wine Cellars, which has won CityVoter's award for Best Winery for the last three years. The winery encompasses a warm-toned tasting room downtown as well as a 1924 Florentine-style estate perched on a cliff overlooking the Spokane River. The estate, registered as a National Historic Landmark, is home to a stone gazebo, 4 acres of gardens, and a gigantic checkers board for trees bored with feigning stillness. At each tasting room, knowledgeable oenophiles introduce palates to more than 15 handcrafted vintages to taste and take home. In addition to fermenting wines from its own grapes, the Mielke family sources grapes from mature vineyards around Washington.