Spokane, Washington
Food and Beverage

Spokane has a wide variety of delightful dining options. You can find every type of cuisine from northwest to ethnic such as Mexican, Japanese and Thai. Our restaurants and dining guide helps you find where to eat. Every type of cuisine is available from local favorites to nationally recognized chains. Discover all of the possibilities such fine dining, casual dining, ethnic food, pizza, fast food, bakeries and coffee and tea houses. Be sure to check out the vibrant nightlife and wine bars. Explore the complete list of food and beverage options.

Every year for 10 days, people are given the opportunity to seek out new culinary experiences during Spokane Restaurant Week. Over 90 participating restaurants offer specially priced menus featuring three course meals that include an appetizer, entree and dessert. To find a list of the restaurants, visit the Inlander Restaurant Week web site or pick up a free edition of the Inlander.

For your convenience we have separated the dining pages into regions, downtown, south hill and the north side.

Downtown, the core of the city, has lots of hip places for those who enjoy the nightlife, many that have musical entertainment. You can enjoy fine dining with a scenic view of the falls at Clinkendagger which is located in the historic Flour Mill or Anthony's for a nice seafood dinner. The downtown listings feature the University District, just northeast of downtown, the historic Browne's Addition just west of downtown and the newest urban neighborhood, Kendall Yards, located north of the Spokane River.

The North Side is by far the largest area stretching from downtown up to Mead. Division Street, a popular way to get to the north side, is lined with restaurants. Find Chinese, Mexican, fast food, pizza and everything else. Hungry for a burger and milkshake? Try eating at the famous milk bottle located the Garland District.

The South Hill is a smaller area reaching from downtown to the Moran Prairie neighborhood. In the Manito neighborhood you will find Spokane's first certified green restaurant, Manito Tap House a gastro pub with 50 beers on tap. (See video)

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