Peanut butter, raspberry-pomegranate sorbet, and Thin Mints top a rotating menu of self-serve fro-yo flavors with live and active cultures
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$10 for $20 Towards Hand-Decorated Bundt Cakes at Nothing Bundt...
Nothing Bundt Cakes
Bakery specializing in bundt cakes creates four different sizes with 40 hand-decorated designs and 10 flavors
40% Off Wings and American Pub Food at Flamin' Joe's
Named Spokane's best chicken wings by KREM, 35 sauces complement array of burgers, wraps, and salads in family-friendly atmosphere
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Diners can count on classics such as phad thai and coconut curries, in addition to a wealth of seafood and vegetarian entrees
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Craft beers and cocktails accompany plates of pulled pork tacos, meatloaf sliders, chicken pesto flatbreads, and classic french dips
Up to 32% Off Gourmet Sandwiches at The High Nooner
The High Nooner
Gourmet sandwiches, such as hot or cold grinders and gooey grilled cheesesteak, plus fresh salads and desserts
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Nectar Tasting Room
Sip on selections of wine from five wineries, paired with fare such as bacon-wrapped dates, pork wontons, and shots of chocolate mousse
Half Off American Cuisine at Laguna Cafe
Restaurant offers local beers and wines with menu of cuisine inspired by owners' travel across the nation
Up to 46% Off at Oil & Vinegar
Oil & Vinegar
River Park Square
Estate extra-virgin olive oils and vinegars from around the world are doled out in prepackaged containers or from on-tap glass amphorae
Up to 45% Off Wine Tasting
Patit Creek Cellars
Sample wines with paired bites at the Spokane location or visit the 6,000-square-foot winery and tasting room in Walla Walla
"Men Are from Mars Women Are from Venus" – Up to 50% Off
"Men Are from Mars Women Are from Venus"
Bing Crosby Theater
Based on the hit book by John Gray, Peter Story's live performance elicits knowing laughter from both sexes
42% Off Six Donuts at Dawn Of The Donut
Dawn Of The Donut
Zombie-themed donuts made fresh daily with unique toppings like bacon, Butterfinger, and Red Bull icing
Half Off Organic Produce
Redeem from Home
Full Circle delivers organic, chemical-free produce from local, sustainable farms to homes or convenient pickup sites.
44% Off American Food at Scratch Restaurant & Lounge
Scratch Restaurant & Lounge
Seared ahi tuna, USDA prime Angus steaks & fresh seafoods & homemade pastas served in a historic brick building in the Davenport district
45% Off at Brain Freeze Creamery
Brain Freeze Creamery
Frothy coffee beverages served at a creamery that earned a spot on "Inlander's" Best of 2014 poll
33% Off Fondue at The Melting Pot
The Melting Pot
Diners fondue their own meats, coat strawberries in melted chocolate, and dip fresh veggies and bread into artisan cheeses
Up to 36% Off Beer Tasting or a Growler at River City Brewing
River City Brewing
Pairs sip samples of beer brewed solely with regional ingredients or take some home in a growler
50% Off Charcuterie at Petunias Marketplace
Italian cured meats pair with handmade artisan chocolates and flavorful red and white wines
50% Off Cupcakes, Cake Pops, and Cookies
All-natural cupcakes can be topped with bacon, peanut-butter cups, raspberries, or marshmallows; guests may mix and match sweets
Up to 45% Off at Garland Sandwich Shoppe
Garland Sandwich Shoppe
Owner and chef Kristen prepares each sandwich right in front of customers, using local ingredients and bread that's delivered fresh daily
45% Off at Pacific Ave Pizza
Pacific Ave Pizza
Comic-book-themed pizzeria full of posters and vintage lunchboxes crafts more than 20 specialty pies; appetizers include chicken nachos
45% Off Gourmet Deli Food at Smacky's on Broadway
Smacky's On Broadway
Smacky's On Broadway
Chipotle-cheddar french dip, roast beef, and turkey sandwiches on fresh-baked bread
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Hot Rods Bar and BBQ
Saucy ribs and pulled-pork sandwiches paired with entertainment options that range from live karaoke to beer-pong tournaments
Up to 58% Off Coffee or Pastries at The Service Station
The Service Station
Nevada / Lidgerwood
Coffee house that doubles as a concert venue serves up hot or iced espresso drinks, tea & an arrray of brownies, cookies, muffins & bars
$12 for Food at Lasagna's On Ya
Lasagnas On Ya
Take-and-bake lasagna made from scratch in varieties such as tuscan chicken, red vegetarian, and mushroom melt
Up to 50% Off at The Black Diamond
The Black Diamond
Chicken pesto sandwiches, beer brats, and garlic fries, plus 1/3-pound burgers, buffalo wings, and other classics served at dinner
$12 for Pub Food at Poole's Public House
Poole’s Public House
East of Fairwood
Everything from 100% Angus burgers to bangers and mash served in a sports bar with an inviting, community-minded atmosphere
Half Off Wine-and-Chocolate Tasting
Guests sample five wines paired with artisan chocolates from Chocolate Myracles, while getting tips on wine pairing and service
Up to 44% Off at Drip Exquisite Espresso
Drip Exquisite Espresso
Sip on coffee, bubble tea, or lemonade while nibbling pastries after going through the drive-through or settling down at a picnic table
45% Off Mexican Cuisine at El Comalon
Twosomes silence hunger pangs with an authentic menu of Mexican dishes, including tacos, enchiladas, and seafood specialties
Up to 48% Off at English Setter Brewing Company
English Setter Brewing Company
Flights, pints, and growlers of such brews as Chukar Nose Amber and Wiggly Butt IPA
Up to 37% Off Wine-and-Cheese Tasting
Coeur d'Alene Cellars
Commerce Park Of Coeur D Alene
Flights of three artisanal wines are accompanied by three cheeses; red and white wines accompany small plates such as chèvre round
Slinging spirits for nearly 80 years, the historic Checkerboard Tavern tackles appetites with a menu of gourmet hot dogs and slays thirsts with local brews. Toting the oldest liquor license in the state above its well-stocked bar, the Check sports a wide selection of domestics ($2.25), microbrews ($3.50), and regional suds ($3.50) from Golden Hills, Laughing Dog, and Iron Horse, as well as an old-timey jukebox that coughs up five spins for each greenback fed into its golden gullet. Get cozy in a fire-engine-red booth and anchor incisors into an assembly of encased meats, such as the Sonnenberg Dog, which tops a classic italian sausage with onions, ketchup, mustard, and relish, or the old-fashioned PB&J Dog, which arrives with crusts cut off in a He-Man lunchbox ($4). All dogs can be substituted for vegan tofurkey sausage, and assorted snacks and house fries are available for noshing ($5–$6).
Lalo's Pizza & Calzone serves a plethora of pizza toppings and sauces culminating in a savory smorgasbord of customizable treats. Patrons begin by choosing a size of flat earth to forge into homestyle, handrolled crust ($5.99–$16.99). The indecisive may choose to rely on tried-and-tasty specialty pizzas such as The Legend, a toothsome discus piled with pepperoni, italian sausage, beef, mushrooms, and more, or a Lactosaurus, a milky oddessy of mozzarella, asiago, provolone, romano, and parmesan ($9.99–$26.99). Choose from prime pie gravies such as the classic red sauce, tangy barbecue, zesty marinara, or an exotic thai peanut sauce. Toppings include the familiar back catalogue of Pizza's Greatest Hits, such as pepperoni, italian sausage, ham, and black olives, but also fresh-baked b-sides such as anchovies, minced garlic, artichokes, and sweet corn ($1–$2).
Inside South Perry Yoga’s cozy peace cave, a team of talented and friendly instructors offers customers of all ages and skill levels the chance to increase flexibility, reduce stress and tension, and develop mind-body balance through various styles of yoga. Partake in six drop-in yoga classes, which are offered more than 15 times a week and include vinyasa flow, yoga basics, and more (click here to view the schedule). During each 60- to 90-minute session, students work through a variety of poses, postures, and inversions that emphasize proper body alignment and nonlethal breathing. Grab a yoga mat, water bottle, and towel before attending a session—if you don't have your own yoga mat, borrow one of the studio’s mats or purchase a new one at 10% off the regular price.
Halletts Chocolates carefully crafts its decadent truffles and award-winning chocolate goodies out of the highest-quality local ingredients. Correct bodily cacao deficiencies with the six-piece assorted chocolate box ($5.95) or bribe your way through Candyland's military checkpoints with a full pound of chocolates ($21.95). Naturally sweet souls can indulge in sugar-free options, and Halletts Chocolates also takes great pride in nonchocolate sweets, such as their soft peanut-butter brittle, which forms the base of the food pyramid along with marshmallow chicks and Pop Rocks ($5.50).
The chefs at Pizza Oven hand toss fresh dough to create specialty pizzas available by the slice or whole pie. In addition to creative pies like the Bangkok Bombshell, slathered in thai peanut sauce, chicken, cilantro, and mozzarella, they also make classic bread sticks and garlic bread sticks.
Peer up at the menu and jump-start your morning with a breakfast pita, such as the morning glory, comprised of avocado, eggs, tomatoes, home fries, grilled green peppers, onions, and your choice of cheese and zesty sauces. Don't feel ashamed if your morning happens to be what other people call the afternoon, since breakfast pitas are served all day.
Family owned for 30 years, Something Else was rated the #1 sandwich shop in Spokane in 2009 by KREM TV and CityVoter. The meaty menu consists of classic bookended-by-bread concoctions, topped with tasty deli fare proven to destroy unsettling stomach hungers and calm unruly landlords. Delve into familiar members of the sandwich family, such as the pastrami ($6.24 for regular size), tuna ($3.99 for regular size), or French dip ($4.84 for regular size). Marathon weightlifters can go for the green medal with Something Else's slew of salads—the chef salad ($5.49 for regular size) is a bouquet of veggies, bedecked with turkey, ham, swiss cheese, cheddar cheese, and choice of dressing. Freshly made side salads ($1.48 cup, $3.58 pint) come in tongue-melting choices such as pepper pasta salad, macaroni salad, chicken vinaigrette, and artichoke pasta.
Great Harvest specializes in baking tasty delicacies and healthy, homemade breads ($5–$6.75 per loaf) that are high in fiber, free of preservatives, and crafted every day with freshly milled flour. The bread selection changes each day of the week according to a monthly schedule; previous offerings include honey whole wheat, raisin walnut rye, and Dakota bread, a baked bundle of pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, and millet. People who savor sandwiches can enjoy options from Great Harvest's lunchtime offerings ($7.25 for whole sandwich, $5.25 for half), or sample a quiche ($5) or bowl of soup ($5.25). For carb connoisseurs who prefer breaded delights that are easily juggled, Great Harvest bakes muffins, cookies, brownies, and seasonal bars ($1.50-$2.50).
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Staff Size: 2–10 people
Parking: Free street parking
Most popular offering: Unique RSVP products
Good for Kids: Yes
Walk-ins Welcome: Yes
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Wollnick's focuses on selling products that are environmentally beneficial, organic, or natural. The inventory will constantly be shifting. Some items will be consistent, but you know you’re buying quality, getting the best price, and receiving exceptional service.
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At Flavor Cafe, guests settle in for cozy cups of espresso or coffee complemented by friendly conversations, hearty breakfasts, and light lunches. Diners sip chocolatey mochas or frothy cappuccinos as they chow down on breakfast burritos and Sweetwater Bakery bagels or lunch on reubens, caprese sandwiches on focaccia, or veggie wraps.
Froyo Earth's yogurt is packed with live and active cultures, which customers then pack into biodegradable cups, and then into their bellies. This health- and earthy-friendly snack comes in a rotating selection of flavors such as huckleberry, root-beer float, and kiwi-strawberry sorbet. After swirling their chosen flavors into the cups, customers can shower frozen peaks with toppings that range from fresh berries to candy, nuts, and Hershey's syrup. Then, the cashier weighs new creations to fill out an accurate birth certificate and determine the price based on its weight. Customers can take their treat to go or savor it amid Froyo Earth's local and global artwork.
According to a June 2012 profile in The Pacific Northwest Inlander, Donna Byrd spent months simmering sauces over her kitchen stove and recruiting family members and friends for taste tests. After those months of experimentation, clear winners emerged and those champion recipes hold a place of honor in the Byrds' restaurant, Noodle Works. Guests order their vegetables, meats, and tofu stir-fried in a teriyaki sauce tinged with pineapple or a sesame and ginger-laced mustard sauce. Then, they watch chefs place the sizzling feast onto a bed of rice or yakisoba noodles to create a dinner in a bowl or onto a bed of rose petals to create a romantic dinner in a bowl. Visitors can pair noodle bowls with domestic and imported beers while taking in a sports game on television screens mounted on the walls.
In 1997, friends Dena Tripp and Debra Shwetz set out to create a luscious, melt-in-your-mouth bundt cake. What began as an endeavor in their own home kitchens soon blossomed into a bustling business with bakeries in 21 states. Rich cocoa browns and soft pastels lend a nostalgic feel to each bakery, where every day ovens warm up cake batter made from fresh eggs, real butter, and cream cheese. Flavors such as chocolate chocolate chip, red velvet, and white-chocolate raspberry are favorite staples, and a new seasonal flavor makes a guest appearance each month. Cakes come in several sizes, from the standard 8- or 10-inch bundt to the single-serving bundtlet and the bite-size bundtini, all crowned with signature cream cheese frosting.
Cakey dough. Rastachio. Maple bacon. If such ice cream flavors sound made up, it's because they are—by Brain Freeze Creamery. There are over 100 of these innovative combinations, all of which helped the creamery land a spot on Inlander's Best of 2014 poll. But the shop doesn't stop at just ice cream. Frothy coffee drinks and savory sandwiches also grace the menu.
Flamin' Joe's loves chicken wings, slinging the pub staple in increments of anywhere from 6 to 200 bone-in and boneless wings accompanied by an array of sauces and seasonings. Aside from each family-friendly location's over 20 HDTVs, special-recipe sauces, ranked from the mild Naked to the extra-hot Widow Maker, provide zesty alternatives to milder rubs and sauces such as orange-ginger, mango-habanero, and huckleberry barbecue. Draft beers, such as PBR and Full Sail, also complement sandwiches such as The Hangover burger, a juicy burger topped with an egg, bacon, american cheese, and Joe's code 3 sauce. Flamin' Joe's hosts special events throughout the week, such as trivia competitions every Wednesday night.