Restaurants in Spokane

$12 for $20 Worth of Wings and American Pub Food at Flamin' Joe's

Flamin' Joe's

Multiple Locations

$20 $12

Named Spokane's best chicken wings by KREM, 35 sauces complement array of burgers, wraps, and salads in family-friendly atmosphere

$11 for $20 Worth of Coffee Drinks at Brain Freeze Creamery

Brain Freeze Creamery

Spokane

$20 $11

Frothy coffee beverages served at a creamery that earned a spot on "Inlander's" Best of 2014 poll

Punch Card for 5 Coffee Drinks or 10 Pastries at The Service Station (Up to 58% Off)

The Service Station

Nevada / Lidgerwood

$24.45 $12.99

Coffee house that doubles as a concert venue serves up hot or iced espresso drinks, tea & an arrray of brownies, cookies, muffins & bars

American Cuisine for Dinner or Lunch at Laguna Cafe (Half Off)

Laguna Cafe

South Hill

$30 $15

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Restaurant offers local beers and wines with menu of cuisine inspired by owners' travel across the nation

Two Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of Sandwiches, or Party Platter at Garland Sandwich Shoppe (Up to 45% Off)

Garland Sandwich Shoppe

Garland

$10 $5.50

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Owner and chef Kristen prepares each sandwich right in front of customers, using local ingredients and bread that's delivered fresh daily

Pub Food and Drinks at Poole's Public House (40% Off)

Poole’s Public House

East of Fairwood

$20 $12

Everything from 100% Angus burgers to bangers and mash served in a sports bar with an inviting, community-minded atmosphere

$14 for Two Drinks and Two Entrees at Wild Dawgs ($23.90 Value)

Wild Dawgs

Riverside

$23.90 $14

Hot dog shop presents numerous options, including vegan version, along with complimentary WiFi

Three-Course Wine Down Wednesday Dinner with Wine Pairings at Nectar Tasting Room (50% Off)

Nectar Tasting Room

Spokane

$40 $20

Chefs from Just a Couple of Moms Catering prepare different set menu each dinner, coupled with three 2 oz. pairings from local wineries

Pub Food and Drinks for Two or Four at Jones Radiator (50% Off)

Jones Radiator

Jones Radiator

$20 $10

Craft beers and cocktails accompany plates of pulled pork tacos, meatloaf sliders, chicken pesto flatbreads, and classic french dips

Meal for Two or $7 for $10 Worth of Gourmet Sandwiches at The High Nooner

The High Nooner

Multiple Locations

$10 $7

Gourmet sandwiches, such as hot or cold grinders and gooey grilled cheesesteak, plus fresh salads and desserts

$11 for $20 Worth of Mexican Dinner Cuisine for Two at El Comalon

El Comalon

Spokane

$20 $11

Twosomes silence hunger pangs with an authentic menu of Mexican dishes, including tacos, enchiladas, and seafood specialties

$12 for $20 Worth of Take-and-Bake Lasagna, Bread, Salads, and Desserts at Lasagna's On Ya

Lasagnas On Ya

Nevada / Lidgerwood

$20 $12

Take-and-bake lasagna made from scratch in varieties such as tuscan chicken, red vegetarian, and mushroom melt

$11 for $20 Worth of Pizza and Appetizers at Pacific Ave Pizza

Pacific Ave Pizza

Spokane

$20 $11

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Comic-book-themed pizzeria full of posters and vintage lunchboxes crafts more than 20 specialty pies; appetizers include chicken nachos

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CHKN-N-MO founder Bob Hemphill moved to Spokane, he brought the flavors of his native Texas with him. Here, white and dark-meat fried chicken perfectly compliment sides such as hush puppies and gumbo, while rolls sidle up to orders of ribs. Sandwiches range from barbecued brisket and pulled pork to farm-raised Alabama catfish, and guests can finish their meal with a peach cobbler or a sweet-potato pie. CHKN-N-MO also crafts its own famous sweet-tart Old South Barbeque sauce sauce, sold by the pint.

Inside, you?ll find the walls plastered with old pictures, license plates from across the country, and sports jerseys given to the restaurant by local teams. In an interview with The Inlander, Bob said that players from the Gonzaga and Eastern Washington basketball teams eat at CHKN-N-MO all the time.

414 1/2 W Sprague Ave
Spokane,
WA
US

The first IHOP—the dream of founders Al and Jerry Lapin—opened in 1958 in Toluca Lake, California, and was originally dubbed the International House of Pancakes. Since then, rapid expansion has led to myriad milestones across the company's colorful history, from introducing its modern IHOP acronym in 1973 to its 1,000th restaurant opening in Layton, Utah, in 2001.

Today, the company stands strong with around 1,500 locations across North and Central America, each one an enthusiastic dispenser of pancakes, french toast, and tables constructed entirely out of bacon. Though IHOP is known as a bastion of breakfast, it also stays open during the day and into the evening, delivering lunch and dinner as well.

4209 N Division St
Spokane,
WA
US

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.

1116 W Broadway Ave
Spokane,
WA
US

Laguna Cafe's owners, Dan and Debbie, are avid travelers?and were inspired to create a menu that reflected the cuisine in their travels across the country. At the restaurant, patrons will find a large selection of local craft brews and wines, met with delectable entrees such as veal and beef meatloaf, burgers topped with cheese, bacon, and barbecue sauce, and overflowing cobb salads. While dining, they'll also be met with outdoor seating that overlooks a fountain, and live music weekly.

4302 S Regal St
Spokane,
WA
US

In the tasting room of Bridge Press Cellars and Emvy Cellars, guests can indulge in samples or purchase bottles of their varietals, including pinot blanc, chenin blanc, and an array of blends. Wines are served aside hummus platters and cheese plates featuring seasonal fruits, smoked almonds, and salami. On the first Friday of each month, the wine bar showcases new artwork and live music.

32 W 2nd Ave
Spokane,
WA
US

Your City Bites' manifesto can be summed up in a single word: local. Local foods, local guides, and local culture—all distinguishing features of its walking food tours. Guides, each one a home cook, lead groups on approximately two-hour jaunts through a city, during which they pause to sample the edible creations of six to eight restaurants. Culinary expeditions might explore the world-famous deli sandwiches of Salt Lake City or tour the ethnic eats that pepper Spokane's restaurant scene. Throughout each tour, guides elucidate tales of local culture and architecture, covering sites from the Salt Lake Temple to Spokane's infamous Leaning Tower of Cinnamon Rolls.

Committed to cultural education, Your City Bites' staff works to make its walking adventures available to as many people as possible, ensuring treks are wheelchair and stroller accessible. Additionally, guides make sure vegetarians have alternatives throughout each tour. Not content to stay in just Spokane and Salt Lake City, the company has plans to begin tours in Nashville, Albuquerque, and the moon's cheese-filled core.

507 North Howard Street
Spokane,
WA
US