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The menu boasts being voted Spokane's best. It's hard to argue when Kahlua coffee warmers cause newcomers to feel welcome. If a Hibernian corned beef sandwich or an O'Caesar's salad with a pint of Guinness aren't enough to whet your appetite, then get your fill with a one pound Big "O" Burger. Remember to nail a dollar bill with your name on it to the wooden wall to become an honorary O'Doherty.
Molly's Family Restaurant has been around for decades. This retro styled diner is a popular breakfast haunt and there are times during peak hours you might have to wait for your turn. Tuck in their generous portioned dishes like country fried steak, country omelet, Swedish crepes, Molly's country mess and, biscuits and gravy. You can also try their sandwiches and burgers which are equally tasty. Relish meals at prices where your wallet will also be happy.
Frank's Diner is a diner with a twist, you'll dine in an elegant Northern Pacific Railroad car. The car has been converted into a diner, but with all of the charm of 1906 railroad car. The diner serves American cuisine, try the Chicken Pot Pie or Chicken Fried Steak.
Casper Fry, on Perry Street, pays a tribute to America's best-loved comfort foods. The focus is on serving a delicious meal that will send you back in time, with a feel-nostalgia that will have you coming back for more. Creating a casual, trendy-hipster ambiance, complete with exposed-brick walls, soft, extendable ceiling lights and dark wood furniture, the restaurant is also quite popular for its weekend brunch. The menu is thick with Southern specialties such as short ribs and cheesy grits, fried chicken, lamb au gratin, Josper grilled salmon and lots more. Made from scratch, in this here kitchen, with fresh, locally-sourced produce and meats, these offerings are gorgeous and delicious, to say the least.
Dolly's Cafe is a neighborhood staple for breakfast and lunch. Though it is tiny in size, its popularity cannot be dimmed as people flock for their hearty and delicious food. Dig into their dishes like Dolly's Scramble, The Hardy Breakfast, Biscuits and Gravy, Chicken Philly and Hot Roast Beef Sandwich. The friendly ambiance will make you feel as if you are dining at a friend's place.
The Garland Milk Bottle or the Benewah Milk Bottle is a major landmark in the Garland Historical District. Built in 1935 for a dairy company, this three-story milk bottle shaped structure has been a dairy, souvenir shop and finally a diner. Mary Lou's Milk Bottle as it is now known opened in the 1980s and has been a delightful diner serving homemade burgers, fantastic milkshakes and ice creams. Everything is made on-site and will make your pockets happy as well. The milk bottle is one of the two such buildings in the city. Drop in to this popular family-friendly diner for breakfast, burgers, milkshakes and more. Please bring cash along as credit cards are not accepted.