Restaurants in Spokane

$20 for Three-Course Wine Down Wednesday Dinner with Wine Pairings at Nectar Tasting Room ($40 Value)

Nectar Tasting Room

Spokane

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

$40 $20

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$6 for $10 Worth of Southern Food at CHKN-N-MO

CHKN-N-MO

Sprague Ave

Fried chicken and catfish, brisket, and other dishes inspired by Southern-style cuisine

$10 $6

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Catered Churrasco Meal for Up to 5, 10, 15, or 20 from Rio Grill ( 47% Off)

Rio Grill Brazilian Steakhouse

Spokane

Parties enjoy meats such as top sirloin steak, linguiça sausage, and chimichurri chicken, plus sides such as potato salad and rice and beans

$90 $48

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

Brain Freeze Creamery

Spokane

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

$20 $11

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

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

$24.45 $12.99

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American Cuisine for Dinner or Lunch at Laguna Cafe (50% Off)

Laguna Cafe

South Hill

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

$14 $7

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$12 for $20 Worth of Pizza and Appetizers at Pacific Ave Pizza

Pacific Ave Pizza

Spokane

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

$20 $12

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

Garland Sandwich Shoppe

Garland

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

$10 $5.50

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Pizza, Salads, and Wings for Dine-In or Carry-Out at Station House Pizza (Up to 44% Off)

Station House Pizza, LLC

Hillyard

Crispy pizza on a cracker-thin crust comes with a variety of creative toppings and lunch combos give you the best of several options

$16 $9

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$11 for Four Groupons, Each Good for $5 Worth of Food at Something Else Deli & Latte Express ($20 Value)

Something Else Deli & Latte Express

East Central

Classic deli sandwiches, including clubs, french dips, pastramis, and burgers, plus veggie and pasta salads, soups, and desserts

$5 $2.75

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$9 for $16 Worth of Sports Bar Cuisine and Drinks at Aces Casino

Aces Casino

Town and Country

Sports bar with gambling also offers food such as bacon cheeseburgers with fries and taco salads that can be paired with drinks

$16 $9

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

Lasagnas On Ya

Nevada / Lidgerwood

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

$20 $12

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Barbecue and Homestyle Sides at Dickey's Barbecue Pit (Up to 40% Off)

Dickey's Barbecue Pit

Fairwood

Slow-smoked meats including pulled pork, beef brisket, and marinated chicken, served alongside mac ‘n’ cheese and fried okra

$20 $12

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$13 for a Five-Drink Punchcard at Grounds Espresso ($22.50 Value)

Grounds Espresso

Spokane

Italian sodas and coffee drinks made from a custom blend of beans from local roaster Roast House

$22.50 $13

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

Wild Dawgs

Riverside

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

$23.90 $14

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Thai Food and Drinks at Sala Thai (Up to 44% Off)

Sala Thai

Airway Heights

Authentic, made-to-order curries and stir-fries with fresh Southest Asian spices, veggies, tofu, and meats prepared by a Thai chef

$16 $9

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Seafood and Steaks for Dinner at Clinkerdagger (Up to 40% Off). Two Options Available.

Clinkerdagger

Spokane

Admire a striking view of the Spokane River and city skyline while dining on surf and turf dinners such as grilled sirloin with jumbo prawns

$50 $30

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When Spokane natives and Adelo’s Take-N-Bake Pizza owners Matt and Kim Howes decided to open their restaurant in 2008, they wanted to offer, in their own words, "great pizza at a great value." After four years and gaining a following in the community, Adelo’s Take-N-Bake Pizza continually strives to appease. Customers can construct their own pizzas, matching four types of crust, including their very own gluten-free, with six house-made sauces, hand-grated 100% whole-milk mozzarella, and more than 25 toppings. The gluten-free option came about when they discovered Kim’s gluten allergy, and, as a result, they knew they would have to adjust their approach to pizza. However, instead of simply declaring the pies off-limits, they spent their time in the kitchen tweaking recipes and researching alternative ingredients that would keep their slices both delicious and healthy. The result was a gluten-free dough derived from rice, potato, and tapioca flours that helped bring pizza back into the lives of celiac sufferers and earned the restaurant accreditation through the National Gluten Intolerance Group in 2011. Today, that dough forms the basis of their gluten-free specialty pies, which range from the pineapple-sprinkled Hawaiian and creamy garlic chicken to the jalapeno burn packed with peppers and spicy sausage. No matter what pie they choose, customers can also complete their meals with a six pack chosen from the shop's large selection of mix-and-match micro brews, which also include gluten-free beers from forward-thinking brewers such as Bard’s Tale Brewing Company.

2812 E 30th Ave
Spokane,
WA
US

When people walk into Little Euro or Old European Breakfast House for the first time, most of them couldn’t tell you what aebelskivers are. Unlike buttermilk pancakes, croissants, and other imported specialties, they haven’t become a common part of American breakfasts. But once diners sample the ball-shaped pancakes—served with toppings such as blackberry syrup or stuffed with sausage and havarti cheese—they most likely add them to their breakfast lexicons. Beyond their deliciousness, aebelskivers are significant to the restaurants’ staff for another reason. Tami and Dave Sevier own both Little Euro and Old European Breakfast House’s Spokane location. When Tami’s grandmother, Marie Mekkelsen, was 18 years old in 1906, she moved away from her poor family in Denmark to join her brother in America. Before leaving her homeland, Marie’s mother made one last dish for her—her favorite Danish aebelskivers. Marie carried the memory of these unique pastries with her, passing it down through the family. To this day, the chefs use the same recipe Tami’s great-grandmother used in Denmark, crafting them from scratch alongside crepes, belgian waffles, and hungarian goulash with red potatoes. To heighten the authenticity, they squeeze their orange juice in-house rather than buying it from the store. Lunchtime diners also have their pick of sandwiches and housemade soups. Little Euro also has an espresso drive-thru for drivers to grab an on-the-go pick-me-up before sitting through a business meeting or Wagner’s entire Ring Cycle.

7640 N Division St
Spokane,
WA
US

Craig Fruchter and Stephanie Schreiber, a husband-and-wife duo, team up with an impassioned troupe of instructors to lead students toward mental and physical health through a lineup of Bikram and power-yoga classes. Their dual locations swirl with balmy temperatures to loosen tight ligaments and help students ease deeper into the tension-relieving stretches. The warm air pricks beads of sweat on shoulders and brows while flushing out toxins and the spleen's discarded Funyun bags. With an eye on preserving the environment, both studios are scrubbed with nontoxic cleaning products each day and feature textured rubber floors and fresh-air ventilation systems. Marin Magazine in 2010 named Red Dragon one of the best yoga studios in Marin, and Pacific Sun named the business the best Marin yoga studio in 2012, 2013 and 2014.

1406 W 3rd Ave
Spokane,
WA
US

The Scoop's friendly staff welcomes visitors into its shop under hand-painted and cut-steel lettered signs, which hint at the quirky small-scale philosophy that earned the shop praise from the Pacific Northwest Inlander. The beloved neighborhood treatery serves 16 rotating, unique small-batch ice-cream flavors from local Brain Freeze Creamery. Customers savor scoops of ice cream piled into cups or handmade waffle cones; but rather than traditional vanilla and chocolate, they experience flavors as eclectic as dirt, Malties Falcon, Freshly Minted, cakey dough, and banana pudding. To complement the frozen treats, the menu presents Roast House coffee, The Flying Pig baked goods, Belgian liege waffles layered with toppings such as yogurt and bacon, cranberry-turkey sandwiches, and turkey pesto paninis. Many items are vegan or gluten-free. They've been voted "Best ice cream shop" three years running from Krem2's The Best of Spokane

1001 West 25th Avenue
Spokane,
WA
US

Before opening Taco Del Mar's startup location in Seattle in 1992, its founders spent years surfing California's coastline and devouring fish tacos and stuffed burritos. During this time, they developed a bottomless appetite for the local specialty?a taco with fried fish, shredded cabbage, lime juice, salsa, and a mystery white sauce?and decided to make it their signature menu item. Since then, the chain has opened locations in more than 20 U.S. states and three Canadian provinces.

The restaurant's Spokane location gives locals a taste of California-surfer cuisine and mission-style eats inspired by the Latino restaurants of San Francisco's bay area. Fresh guacamole dresses tortilla chips, and proteins such as seasoned pork and fried Alaskan cod fill tacos. Cooks roll meats such as braised chicken or ground beef into burritos or edible origami. The foodsmiths also whip up vegetarian and vegan options.

808 W Main Ave
Spokane,
WA
US

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