Deals in Spokane

Spokane Guide

With 260 days of sunshine per year, Spokane is the capital of Washington’s sunny side. The Cascade mountains catch most of the wet weather coming ashore from the Pacific, and they let Spokane bask in the sun as a result. With such fine weather, the city is an outdoors lover’s dream, not to mention home to lively dining and arts scenes. This Spokane guide points out some of the best that Washington’s sunny city has to offer.

Many of the best Spokane things to do take place in the beautiful nature that surrounds the city. In the winter, great skiing and snowshoeing are nearby, and the rest of the year, excellent hiking, camping, biking, river rafting, kayaking, and fishing are all a short drive away. In some cases, these activities are right there in the city. The Riverfront Park, sitting right on the Spokane River as it flows through downtown Spokane, offers 100 acres of greenery and trails, in addition to an IMAX theatre. The park’s Centennial Trail offers fantastic biking right in the heart of Spokane!

When the sun goes down, locals fill the town’s excellent restaurants. Dining out is one of the top things to do in Spokane because much of the fresh bounty from Washington’s productive farms winds up on the tables of the city’s restaurants like Wild Sage Bistro, Milford’s Bistro, and Mizuna. A handful of microbreweries located in and around town also provide great opportunities for indulgence.

No guide to Spokane would be complete without mention of the city’s arts and entertainment scene. Spokane is home to the outstanding Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture, the Spokane Symphony, side-splitting improv comedy shows at the Blue Door Theatre, and even Broadway shows. Keep an eye out, because many of the city’s best attractions can be found on listings for Spokane deals!

In the winter, great skiing and snowshoeing are nearby, and the rest of the year, excellent hiking, camping, biking, river rafting, kayaking, and fishing are all a short drive away.
 

"Men Are from Mars Women Are from Venus" – Up to 50% Off

Bing Crosby Theater

$46 $23

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Based on the hit book by John Gray, Peter Story's live performance elicits knowing laughter from both sexes

$12 for Food at Lasagna's On Ya

Nevada / Lidgerwood

$20 $12

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

50% Off at Did's Pizza & Froyo 

Nevada / Lidgerwood

$12 $6

Bubble tea in 31 flavors, self-serve Honey Hill Farms frozen yogurt, New York–style pizzas baked in a brick oven, and hawaiian barbecue

45% Off Food and Wine at Nectar Tasting Room 

Spokane

$20 $11

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Sip on selections of wine from five wineries, paired with fare such as bacon-wrapped dates, pork wontons, and shots of chocolate mousse

50% Off Frozen Yogurt at Froyo Earth

Multiple Locations

$10 $5

Peanut butter, raspberry-pomegranate sorbet, and Thin Mints top a rotating menu of self-serve fro-yo flavors with live and active cultures

45% Off Thai Food at Thai Bamboo

Multiple Locations

$20 $11

Diners can count on classics such as phad thai and coconut curries, in addition to a wealth of seafood and vegetarian entrees

Auntie Anne's – Up to 51% Off

Multiple Locations

$14.36 $7

Classic signature pretzels in flavors such as Cinnamon Sugar and Roasted Garlic Parmesan

50% Off at Flavor Cafe

East Central

$7 $3.50

Café owned by local chef serves organic coffee drinks alongside breakfast and lunch fare