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Whoever said healthy eating doesn't taste good obviously ate elsewhere. Delectable dishes like Portobello mushroom burgers, fennel crusted feta-potato cakes and strawberry coconut salad are sure to delight. It is friendly, smoke-free, and offers dairy-free alternatives for strictly vegetarian diners. There are a variety of wines, including non-alcoholic, to compliment any meal. You can reserve the wine bar, a perfect place to take it easy with a small gathering of friends or co-workers.
The Steam Plant Grill was originally a steam plant that provided heat and electricity to Spokane until 1986. The plant was not used for ten years and then was recreated to house offices and the Steam Plant Grill. The restaurant features its unusual setting, but contains contemporary and comfortable furniture. The restaurant offers American cuisine and brews their own beers.
Nudo is a stylish restaurant serving delicious Japanese cuisine with a contemporary twist. The restaurant has a stunning interior with modern furnishings complemented with quirky artwork that adds a youthful vibe to the place. Ramen is forte and they serve over 12 varieties of the popular Japanese dish. Choose from Shoyu, Miso to Tempura Undo or the Chow Mein, each dish has a unique character. A selection of appetizers are available, and the also serve Yakitori which are Japanese skewers. Order their sake to was down your meals.
Rock City Grill, located in River Park Square mall, features an Italian American menu, with fresh-made pastas and many perennial favorites like steak, meatloaf, and fish & chips. All of their dishes are family-friendly and expertly prepared, making it a great choice for a family stopping for dinner after a day of shopping. If so inclined, take advantage of their Blue Martini Bar, which boasts some of the area's most popular cocktails. make sure to check out their list of specials to get full scope of the variety they offer.
Located in the Montvale Hotel, Scratch Restaurant & Lounge is one of Spokane's popular nighttime haunts. The menu features many Asian-inspired dishes, with standouts such as Crispy Duck Lettuce Wraps, Stuffed Jumbo Prawns, and Ahi Tuna. Close to several musical venues including the Bing Crosby Theater and the Knitting Factory Concert House, the restaurant is a trendy dining option before or after a show.
The interestingly named Clinkerdagger provides diners with their own take on contemporary cuisine and gorgeous views of the Spokane River. For starters, try the warm brie with macadamia nut crust. For the main course, there is a deliciously tender pork chop, served with sweet and sour cabbage. There is a generous happy hour daily, as well as a late night happy hour on Saturdays and Sundays. The warm ambiance and friendly, knowledgeable staff cap off an excellent dining experience.
Opened in 2012, Central Food has a minimalist tone to it. Their Northwest cuisine showcasing local ingredients has a twist with the owner and chef's reinterpretation of class dishes. For breakfast dig into Miso Scramble, Breakfast Gumbo or Smoked Pork Shoulder Hash. Savor their creative fare such as Brisket Noodle, Catalan Beef Stew and NOLA Prawns. Enjoy city views from their patio at this riverside eatery.
Set in a 1910 building that has been lovingly restored, Clover is a fine place to dine and sip on quality cocktails. Taking pride in baking their own breads and pastries, they make everything on the menu from scratch. Most of their ingredients are from local producers and they even dry age and cure their beef on-site. Their creative, American menu is delightful. Cozy and intimate, this lovely restaurant and bar is also family-friendly. Don't miss out on their decadent desserts such as Butterscotch Pudding and Orangesicle Cake. Enjoy their happy hours at the bar with their concoctions like Bee’s Knees, Jasmine Fizz and Sophia Loren.