The best way to capture a wild, rampaging meal is to hook it with a gigantic pasta lasso. Test your throwin' arm with today's deal: for $20, you get $50 worth of food and drink at Italian Kitchen.
Italian Kitchen's authentic Mediterranean lunch and dinner fare sates overwrought salivary glands with a host of classic entrees, steaks, and specialty pastas served in a cozy, Old World ambience. Most doughy offerings are available in piccola (small) and grande (large) servings to slay hoards of hunger demons both modest and monstrous. Classic comfort foods, such as baked lasagna (dinner servings $16.99/$20.99), peacefully coexist alongside fancier fixings, like the chicken fettucini in parmesan alfredo sauce (dinner servings $15.99/$19.99) or decadent lobster ravioli ($30.99). Culinary constitutionalists, on the other hand, can practice self-containment by building their own pasta platter ($17.99 for a dinner serving) from a worthy assemblage of noodles, sauces, and meats that outshines even the swankiest of Cub Scout spaghetti dinners.
Revel in the death-throes of your gladiatorial feast with nips and nibbles from the extensive wine and dessert lists. Alcoholic endeavors include non-grapey fare, such as domestic and imported beer and signature cocktails, as well as a large selection of Italian wines. Quaff a glass of Warres Otima 20-year tawny port ($12) while delicately pecking at the Godfather ($6.25), a warm two-layer brownie blanketed in dark chocolate ganache, vanilla ice cream, two different sauces, and empire-building family loyalty.
Call ahead to make reservations.
Spokane Coeur d'Alene Living magazine recommends Italian Kitchen, and has named it "Region's Best Italian Restaurant" for four years running. It also received second place for "Best Italian Food" by Pacific Northwest Inlander magazine.
- Owners Bryce and Lyndsay Kerr have created a beautiful and charming décor along with exquisite cuisine, not to mention the remarkable hospitality. Known for its Calamari, Tiramisu, and Lasagna from scratch, the Italian Kitchen is as authentic as you’ll find. – Spokane Coeur d'Alene Living
- This is my favorite place to eat Italian food in Spokane. Aside from the food, the ambiance is exactly what I picture for an Italian restuauraunt [sic]. It's dimly lit, romantic and with beautiful wood tables and booths. – Melissa G., Yelp
113 N Bernard St.
Spokane, Washington 99201-0203Get Directions